Feebly gained a lot of public attention when Google decided to discontinue Google Reader. For many of those who used Google Reader to manage their feeds, Feebly offered a way to import your entire Google Reader List.
What I like most about Feebly is the quick and easy user interface. With just a light touch and swipe upward, you can browse through articles very quickly and effortlessly. The transitions from one article to the next are so fast that you barely notice them. If you have a lot of feeds, you don't feel overwhelmed because with Feebly browsing is a breeze.
The ease of use is also evident when swiping from right to left to access topics and categories. You are presented with a small tile menu that you can browse by swiping up and down, and tapping on your selection. You can also swipe from left to right to access the categories and subscriptions you have already set up.
Like many of the "save it later" readers like Instapaper, you also have the option to switch between themes. The white background is set up by default, but you can also choose to view articles with a dark background.
Feedly is so easy and comfortable to use that I would encourage anyone to download it, even if you are using other readers. It's a nice option to have.