feedly API

feedly
feedly is an RSS, blog-feed reader. feedly allows users to aggregate and track all of the blogs and RSS feeds they want to follow in one application (for web, mobile, and tablet). The feedly API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of feedly with other applications and to create new applications. Some example API methods include retrieving RSS subscriptions. managing categories of RSS feeds, and managing user information.
Specs
http://feedly.com
Blogging
Feeds, Feeds
JSON, REST
Yes
OAuth 2.0
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  • The feedly app aggregates a user's favorite sites into a streamlined summary. Feedly uses RSS feeds to display cards pertaining to a user's curated tastes. Feedly for iOS is compatible with iPhone...
  • The feedly app aggregates a user's favorite sites into a streamlined summary. Feedly uses RSS feeds to display cards pertaining to a user's curated tastes. Feedly for Android is compatible with a...
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Feedly iOS
The feedly app aggregates a user's favorite sites into a streamlined summary. Feedly uses RSS feeds to display cards pertaining to a user's curated tastes. Feedly for iOS is compatible with iPhone and iPad, with syncing available for use on multiple devices. Feedly's social functions make sharing content to major social hubs very easy. Feedly also syncs with Pocket, Instapaper, and Evernote to allow personal information management across apps.
Feedly Android
The feedly app aggregates a user's favorite sites into a streamlined summary. Feedly uses RSS feeds to display cards pertaining to a user's curated tastes. Feedly for Android is compatible with a 4" phone, a 7" tablet, and a 10" tablet, with syncing available for use on multiple devices. Feedly's social functions make sharing content to major social hubs very easy. Feedly also syncs with Pocket, Instapaper, and Evernote to allow personal information management across apps.