Feedly Pro to offer article search, Evernote integration, and more for $5 per month
Google Reader replacement Feedly has finally taken the wraps off its premium feeds service today. For $5 per month (or $45 annually), Feedly Pro will offer article search, secure browsing through HTTPS, the ability to one-click save to Evernote, and support priority. Although all of the features are welcome, article search has been notably absent from the service, with both Feedly and Digg opting to save search for premium subscriptions. The changes won't affect the availability of the free version of Feedly, which will continue to run as normal.
11:00 am on Aug 5, 2013 (gmt 0)
There is a promo at the moment, $99 lifetime service
1:56 am on Aug 6, 2013 (gmt 0)
According to the Feedly blog those $99 lifetime accounts sold out in only 8 hours. They only had 5000 slots open. Pretty impressive. [blog.feedly.com...]
I got one of those accounts and am now enjoying the search function that I had missed until now. If they improve on that a bit more I might be able to say goodbye to FeedDemon.