Join the private beta of FeedLab, an unofficial new Feedly client for Windows Phone
FeedLab is a new unofficial Feedly app for Windows Phone, created by ClevLab, and you can participate in the private beta program if you act quickly. ClevLab is allowing the first 2000 readers of WinBeta to join the private beta and offer feedback!
FeedLab allows you to add RSS feeds, group your feeds in categories, order and customize your categories, and customize the display of articles. You can even find the summary of each article, with the ability to continue the reading to the desired website. You can utilize gestures to navigate through the app and you can pin your favorite categories to your home screen too. FeedLab also supports Cortana, so you can launch a new search directly from the personal assistant. If you don’t want to read stories, you can listen to them too!
“Browse all the articles of your favorite websites in a beautifully designed app. FeedLab will become your indispensable companion to read all your RSS feeds, directly on your Windows Phone,” the app description reads. You will need a Feedly account in order to use FeedLab.
Further reading: FeedLab, Feedly, Microsoft, Windows Phone