Our focus over the last 60 days has been to add new hardware and release weekly incremental updates to make the transition from Google Reader to feedly as seamless as possible.
That effort is paying off: Our community is growing. 68% of the users who try feedly end up converting into weekly active users. Active users have been doubling the amount of time they spend reading their feedly. And thanks to a great partnership with Buffer, we have seen a 10 fold increase in the amount of content feedly users share on Google+, Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.
But we still have a long way to go. We have been turning to the community to finalize the roadmap for the rest of this year – thanks for the 3,500+ ideas and the tens of thousands of votes you casted on uservoice. This is what it looks like:
1) Speed. This is the most important aspect of the feedly experience. We recently hired some great people on both the dev and ops sides and we look forward to sharing with you the result of their work.
2) Search within my feedly (link to uservoice).
3) Pure web access (see uservoice).
4) Windows Phone and Windows 8 (link to uservoice)
5) Improved group sharing (see survey result)
6) Bug fixes (login, utm_source, loading…, missing feedly mini, adding feeds)
One more thing:
We are also hearing from users that saving their feeds is not enough: One of the key features of Google Reader was that they had an ecosystem of apps – apps that people love and depend upon.
We have been working behind the curtains with the developers of Reeder,Press,Nextgen Reader,Newsify andgReader as design partners for our Normandy project. Today we are excited to announce that you will be able to access your feedly from all these apps before Google Reader retires and that the access to feedly API will be free. More details soon.
June is going to be another crazy, awesome month.
Please continue to send your suggestions to @feedly or feedly.uservoice.com. If you are a blogger or publisher, check out our new publisher tools page and start building your feedly network by adding a feedly button to your site.
 When we announced the Normandy project, we received more than 100 developer requests. We apologize to all the developers who did not get into the first batch of invites. We are working hard on the second batch. If you are a developer, interested in the feedly API, please fill the developer form, to help us prioritize your request.