FeedLab app for Windows 10 comes with a faster home page and Cortana integration

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ClevLab has finally released FeedLab for Windows 10. We remind you this application has been released for Windows Phone 8.1 back in July 2015, but it seems that the developer started with a blank sheet in order to make sure that the application comes with the best user experience on Windows 10 Mobile, Windows 10 PC and HoloLens. It is good to know that the application will be also released for Xbox One sometime soon.

The FeedLab application for Windows 10 comes with a new design, more customization options, a faster home page and a simple but effective way to monitor articles. To make things even better, FeedLab for Windows 10 comes with a compact colored menu of your categories, support for Continuum, integration with Cortana and settings sync across devices. The developer also made that the in-app purchases in the Windows Phone 8.1 version will still be applicable in the new Windows 10 version.

Below you can read the application description:

“Simply the best application for following the news of your favorite sites, as well on mobile, tablet, computer, and soon even on your Xbox One. Find all the articles from your favorite sites on this smartly designed application. FeedLab will become your essential companion to have all your RSS feeds directly onto your Windows 10 machines in the blink of an eye. With FeedLab, simplify your readings by having simple and effective monitoring of articles that have already been read and those that have not yet been consulted. Similarly, if there is an article you are interested in, but you lack time to read it, you will enjoy the feature “Save for later”. Not to mention the offline mode to view your articles without being connected to the Internet (useful for when you’re on the subway, for example).”

The application can already be downloaded and installed on your computer that runs on Windows 10 or on your mobile device that runs on Windows 10 Mobile.

Have you used FeedLab in the past on your Windows Phone 8.1 device? Tell us your thoughts about the new FeedLab version that has been released for Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile!


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