Popular RSS service Feedly has posted an update for its iOS app, bringing the client to version 24.0. The update brings about support for the higher resolution displays of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, as well as the ability to tag articles in-app.

Both of these changes are welcomed improvements, considering the larger iPhones have been out for more than a month now, and Feedly users have long been requesting that the team add the ability to organize content in the app via tags.

Additionally, the update brings support for the just-introduced ‘collection sharing’ feature, which allows users to easily share the sites they read with others. From the app, you can send links using one of several services, including Evernote.

As a fast, reliable RSS aggregator, Feedly is one of the companies that really profited from the Google Reader shutdown last year. I’m not a huge fan of the mobile app, but I do use the service to keep my RSS feeds in sync with other readers.

If you want to check out Feedly Reader, you can find it in the App Store for free.

  • andyr354

    This is a nice update. Will be my goto app depending on how the update to Reeder goes.

  • Sleaka J

    It used to auto-refresh upon opening the app. It was broken and then fixed once before. Now’s it’s broken again.

    I still love Feedly, but when things break like this, it leaves a bad taste.

  • Always hated Feedly for one reason, and one reason only: its fake scroll transition. Why can’t we just scroll uninterruptedly?? Version 24, and it still has the stupid scroll transition. Morons.

  • Christopher Williamson

    $45 a year? Heh. Funny guys.