Encouraging news this morning. Feedly – my RSS reader of choice in this post-Google Reader age – has launched a Pro plan. Well, semi-launched one, anyway. Pro accounts will be $5 per month from the autumn, but 5,000 people can buy lifetime Feedly pro membership for $99. You get search, secure connections to their server and deeper Evernote integration at the moment, with the promise of more pro features to come.
Search along pretty much makes this a no-brainer for me, as it’s the big thing that’s been missing in Feedly to date. That, and an opportunity to contribute to the financial viability of the service I use, makes this attractive. And there are important things to keep track of today: