With 70% of new signups becoming active users, Feedly details its coming feature roadmap

With 70% of new signups becoming active users, Feedly details its coming feature roadmap

thenextweb.com
RSS reader Feedly has revealed usage statistics about its growth over the past six month and where it will go in the future. With one month until Google Reader is set to shut down, Feedly has gained more traction. It tells us that it’s seeing a 4 percent week-over-week growth...
With 70% of new signups becoming active users, Feedly details its coming feature roadmap
                                       

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