How to put your Feedly RSS stream notifications on your lockscreen (Android)

How to put your Feedly RSS stream notifications on your lockscreen (Android)
Android 5 Lollipop has finally brought about lockscreen notifications – preview cards of the user's most recent texts, emails, missed calls, and any other messages. This is great, of course, but if we've learned anything about Android so far, it is that users love expansions on its stock features, and developers are happy to deliver.

If you are a subscriber and avid reader of a few different websites, you're probably acquainted with the idea of an RSS feed and familiar with one of the most popular RSS readers out there – Feedly. In a nutshell – subscribing to a few different websites' RSS feeds will aggregate all their updates in a list, which you can access with your reader of choice, allowing you to get all the information from one single place.

So, there are plenty of RSS reader apps on the Play Store, but what if you want to have access to your feed right on your lockscreen? Well, there's a solution for that! A simple little app, that is – check out the slideshow below to get all the details!


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