Feedly announces 3 million Google Reader converts and updates to iOS and Android
added the more barebones "headline only" view that many Reader users were missing. You can also now set different feeds as "Must Read", which will make those posts filter to the top. The sharing menu has been redesigned to make it easier to share to various services, and Google+ has been integrated so you no longer have to go to the system share menu, it's a bit quicker. And, the app has gotten the fairly standard pull-to-refresh option, and new layouts for Android tablets.
The team is also claiming that the search feature has been improved with "a completely new way to search and discover feeds". It looks nice enough, but the problem is that it actually removes a Google Reader favorite function: searching just your feeds. The team says that the feature was removed because it was "very resource intensive" and didn't scale. But, they "will re-enable it as soon as we have the resources to support it", but that timeline was only given as "later this year".
If you want to give Feedly a try, it's available for free from the iTunes App Store and Google Play Store.