Feedly was quick to gain from Google Reader’s shutdown last month, adding a huge number of subscribers to its RSS service. In order to keep making money, and to keep on innovating and creating great new features, the company today announced a great new offering for power users.
Feedly Pro costs $5 per month ($45 per year) and will add to its RSS features with search, Evernote integration, HTTPS navigation, and premium support. One truly great initiative launched for power users offers lifetime ‘Pro’ membership for a one-off payment of $99 (for the first 5000 users). Early reviews are a little mixed. There’s some work needed on the implementation of the search feature and Evernote support. (MacStories has an early review.)
Right now, I’m using Digg Reader with a browser. But, as soon as Reeder for Mac gets Feedly support, I’m almost certainly going to switch. And then, I might consider a ‘Pro’ account.
To sign up, or check it out in more detail head on over to Feedly.com.