Visiting a website that requires a login, such as music streaming services, for instance, requires an account. That means you need to login. You can use Facebook or Google in most cases, or you could simply create a user name and password. It’s up to you how to handle it, but now there is another option from a rather unexpected player in this game.
Feedly has jumped into the pool of players, adding its own sign in option. Now you can sign in using your credentials for the reader, though it has to be adopted by sites before that happens.
“This means that you have the freedom to keep your newsfeed separate from your social logins, if you prefer to, and get even more control over your privacy. It is an optional feature: If you are happy with your existing login, you can ignore this post and continue to use your existing login without making any changes”, the RSS service announces.
Feedly provides instructions, and you’ll need to start by visiting http://feedly.com/i/logins and then click on “add login” and “add Feedly”. From there you should be good to go.