Feedly adds its new speed-reading feature to its iOS app

Feedly, the popular RSS service that has replaced Google Reader for many, has released an update for its iOS app which introduces the speed reading feature that first landed on its Android app earlier this month. The headline feature lets users consume content faster by allowing them to tap the edge of the screen to cycle through new stories, while organizing them as cards to make them easier to read.

Feedly has just updated its iOS app to version 18.0.5 with a handful of new features. For those unfamiliar, Feedly is a service that aggregates conent from a variety of sources, including news sites, YouTube, RSS feeds, and more. The biggest feature in this update according to the developers is a new speed reading functionality. The feature allows users to quickly move from one inlined article to the next by simply tapping on the edge of the interface.

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