Readerpocalypse victor Feedly has officially launched its new pro service. It costs $5 per month or $45 per year and includes the following features:

 One-click Evernote integrationFeedly
 One-click Pocket integration
 Premium customer support
 Search features
 Possible additional features to be added later

It looks like a decent feature set. I know many users have lamented the lack of search functions.

Personally, none of this will compel me to pay—I use Feedly for my more of-the-moment disposable news and don’t have much need to save any of it for later. But if you need it, it may be worth $5 to you.

Or, you may just want to show your support for a company that’s putting out a good free product. Enjoy!

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