Twitter, Fb and WordPress login choices additionally in checking out
With the death of Google Reader earlier this year, Feedly emerged as one of the major players in RSS, and since its inception it’s been using Google’s OAuth authentication service to sign in users. With the gradual shift towards Google+ sign-in across Google properties however, Feedly is following suit and introducing G+ sign-in. The transition will take place “this week” on the web and “later this month” through the Feedly Android and iOS apps.
The move to Google+ sign in, Feedly says, allows for easier sign-in on mobile devices and opens up more sharing possibilities, on which it promises to divulge more over the next couple of weeks.
But if Google+ isn’t for you, Feedly is also testing Twitter, Facebook and WordPress login options, with the aim of rolling them out over the next seven weeks.
Source: Feedly Blog