Feedly, one of the most popular replacements for Google Reader, is coming out with a Pro version, which brings Evernote support, article search, https, and premium support. Article search has been one of the most requested features of Feedly users. The ability to search for any article you’ve read can be a life saver if you’re looking for a particular story you didn’t save.
Those who love Evernote will also want to check out Feedly Pro as it will allow you to save any story to Evernote with a single click. For non-pro users, you’re limited to sharing to social networks like Google+, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. There’s also an option to save stories for later but you can only access them within the Feedly web app or mobile apps. It would be nice if Feedly could include support for Pocket and Instapaper in a future update.
Last but not least, Pro users can rest easy knowing transmissions are encrypted with https. Pro users also get the perk of being put first in line for support issues.
Feedly Pro will debut sometime in the fall for $5 per month or $45 for a year. The company released an early “limited edition” purchase, which gave users a lifetime subscription to Feedly Pro for $99. The limited edition has since sold out so users will have to wait until Feedly Pro launches.