When comparing Cronycle vs Paperoak, the Slant community recommends Paperoak for most people. In the question“What are the best Feedly alternatives?” Paperoak is ranked 4th while Cronycle is ranked 9th.
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Pro Advanced filters
Filter out the noise and get relevant information using advanced filters.
Pro Pre-curated topics
Smart AI that suggests relevant automated topics to discover content.
Pro RSS aggregation
Aggregate content to feeds from multiple RSS sources.
Pro Collaboration boards
Collaborate with teams efficiently to enrich curated content.
Pro Content publishing and newsletters
Publish curated content to multiple social media channels/enterprise messaging apps or Wordpress websites, and host newsletters directly from Cronycle
Pro Analyzing trends using metrics and analytics
Measures content engagement and trends using metrics
Pro Clean UI and user friendly
Pro Added functionality through shared feedback
Ask your team mates for feedback and collaborate to create intelligence from the articles you read. This is on par with most Feedly alternatives.
Pro Easy to manage sources in feeds
Ability to aggregate from anywhere on the web by adding sources and managing them in the sources library.
Pro iOS app
Pro Curate content from twitter
Curate information and content from Twitter without the noise and have complete control over feeds.
Pro Fast and smooth
Clean UI that loads quicky.
Pro Desktop extension 'Content Clipper'
Makes Cronycle a Pocket / Feedly alternative, by being a news feed reader as well as a place to save articles for easier reading.
Pro Good onboarding and customer support
Pro Doesn't contain ads
Pro It's free
Pro It's fast
Pro Supports multiple languages like English, German, Portuguese at the same time
Pro Can save articles offline by adding them to your bookmarks
Pro Website and Android application for reading
Pro OPML Import
You can now import feed using an OPML file on the web app which will then be automatically synced with your android app.
Pro Import RSS/Atom feed
You can now import RSS/Atom feeds right from within the Android app.
Con No android app yet
Con Not available on iOS
PaperOak does not have an iOS version yet.