Keeping track of varied information related to a diverse range of topics from equally fresh sources would require some sort of information-gathering hub for you to organize and go through. There was a time when bookmarks were used to achieve this by filtering out links that really mattered in your view. But as the quantity of bookmarks started to clutter in your mind and in the browser, many looked for alternatives and found the concept of RSS feeds satisfying. Tools and websites began offering solutions to organize feeds from a large number of websites so that the subject gathered updates from all your favorite sources at a single place. Google Reader even introduced the concept of bundles where you could subscribed to a relevant group of interest-specific websites recommended for you. For example, subscribing to the Entertainment bundle would mean automatically subscribing to the Top RSS Feeds provided by the best websites in the Entertainment sector. Some people noticed how monotonous and dry such methods have become and provided us Feedly to transform RSS Feeds into a magazine-like visually attractive interface that could highlight things that were left out from our eyes only due to the monotonous feel of the news aggregator.
Feedly provides multiple ways of keeping track of news and information both at home and on the go. It organizes all your feeds from RSS feed aggregators like Google Reader as well as the option to share them on LinkedIn, Twitter and other social media networks. In addition, it allows you to organize the clutter of information in a manner that it looks like a magazine with an easy-to-view style. It is available as a Google Chrome Extension as well as a mobile app for iOS, Android and Kindle, ensuring that you keep up to date, on the go. To download the Chrome extension, go to the respective detail in the Chrome Store and click the Add to Chrome button at the top right corner of the screen.
Once the Chrome Extension is successfully installed, the Feedly account would present itself to you as a new tab in Chrome. It will attempt to seek permission to integrate your Google Reader feed to prepare the welcome page for you (make sure you are signed in to the account that is associated with Google Reader). After granting permission, it will sync itself with your existing feeds. You can also add more sites by clicking the Start button at the top right corner.