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I don't claim to know much about Android app development, but it seems to me that feedly is only faking the adoption of Material Design features. By now plenty of apps have adopted the new design, and in comparison feedly looks slow and clumsy, kind of like Facebook with its HTML5 menus instead of rendering them natively. I look at apps like Amaze File Manager, Sync for reddit, Pocket, Google+, Inbox (among many others), and it's clear to me that something is wrong with the way feedly renders stuff on the screen. I'm on a Nexus 9, version 26 of feedly and every transition between screens is flickery and unpolished, and it has been this way in every version ever since Lollipop came out. I have my hopes set on the upcoming Material Design update for Press.

The app looks glitchy on the Nexus 9, specifically during transitions when opening and closing articles. Also the settings screen still has that ancient Android 2.3 look. Looking forward to a big refresh.

The desktop experience is absolutely flawless though.

Is it safe yet to say that the rumors about today's release were spectacularly wrong?

4.3 has been working great on my 2012 Nexus 7, very smooth and responsive. One minor nag I have is that it doesn't seem to be using the new TRIM function at all.

I've tried looking at the logcat output after an all-night charge and after a few hours with an 80%+ charge (which I understand should trigger the trimming), on multiple occasions, and there was never any sign of fstrim activity. I flashed the 4.3 OTA manually and my device is unrooted and locked, although that shouldn't make any difference.

Anybody else having this issue?

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Anybody here using running apps, like RunKeeper or Endomondo? I'm getting very inaccurate GPS readings on my routes, which end up looking like I've been running on top of the houses around my neighborhood. I'm wondering if anybody is experiencing this issue and if there are any solutions out there.

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