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In February 2019 Inoreader announced that the "Professional" plan will be capped (big change from unlimited filters to just 30!): Based on our observations, the new premium feature limits on the “Pro” plan are as follows: 10 Rules - *** Increased to 30 Rules after Inoreader evaluated feedback from their users. 30 Active Searches 100 Boosted Feeds 30 Social media feeds per service (Facebook, Twitter, VKontakte). These limitations will be applied to your account at the start of your next subscription period. All features that you use above the new limits will be deactivated, and only those that were created earliest chronologically will remain (For e.g. your earliest 10 Rules created). See More
Limited to 100 RSS feeds for free users - ample opportunity to evaluate whether you find Feedly useful enough to justify the ~$6/mo subscription. I upgraded and have no complaints: the technical issue I encountered was resolved within 48 hours and the service performs satisfactorily while monitoring hundreds of feeds. Update 9/23/18: Reddit users may encounter issues with Feedly as Reddit blocks requests when it receives too many from a single source. Feedly states that they're working with Reddit on this issue. In the meantime, you can use this script to access your feeds through Feedly if you have your own web hosting. See More
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Using it for newsfeeds with many articles, where the grouping of similar content really makes a difference. See More
Lacks an official native mobile app, but the mobile version of the site is quite usable and there are apps which support syncing with The Old Reader. However, users have created many apps for a variety of platforms using The Old Reader API. You can check them out here. See More