Feedly Now Offering a Pro Account Option

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Feedly, the RSS service that has proved to be one of the most popular Google Reader replacements, is now offering pro account upgrades. The upgrade will be paid for at $5 per month or $45 a year will offer the following benefits:

Article Search: search within your subscribed feeds.

Https: add a layer of security while browsing Feedly.

Evernote Support: one click save to any of your Evernote notebooks

Premium Support: get bumped to the front of the support line.

The pro account option will be made available ‘this fall’. In the meantime, there’s a limited ‘Lifetime Edition’ on offer right now for $99 – which will be limited to 5,000 users.

I’ve tried out a number of RSS apps and services to replace Google Reader over recent months. Feedly has been my go-to for some time now, though I’m also still using Mr. Reader and waiting on what Reeder has to offer for the iPad.

I’m happy to pay for a Feedly pro account and will take on the monthly option as soon as it’s available. There has been a lot of talk about Google Reader being killed off by Google largely because it made no money, and I think many of us who consider RSS an essential service are more than happy to pay for the services that look like they will provide good, long-term solutions in this space.

What do you all think? Those of you who use Feedly, will you upgrade to a pro account?

Patrick Jordan

Founder and Editor in Chief of iPad Insight. Husband, father to a lovely daughter, Commander of the Armies of the North, dog lover (especially Labs), Austinite, former Londoner, IT consultant, huge sports nut, iPad and mobile tech blogger, mobile apps junkie.

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