Top 10 Google Reader Replacements
Since Google reader have been removed on 1st July, as a Google reader user have you confused by so many Google reader’s replacements and don’t know how to make a choose? Finding the right RSS feed reader need not be a source of pain. There are dozens of RSS feed readers that all offer something different. But what you want is just the basic RSS feed, simplicity and a clean design to help organize your feeds.
Here is a list of 10 Google reader replacements; I don’t use RSS for breaking news, so speed was a little lower on my list. Check out!
G2Reader is a simple and cleanly designed Web-based RSS feed reader that supports OPML uploads.
Feedly does not support OPML files, and that may be it’s one black mark because this Web-based feed reader is exceptional by almost every other measure.
CommaFeed is the RSS feed reader of choice for DIY folks. It’s already one of the best alternatives to Google Reader, and it’s getting better.
The brand-new Digg Reader is technically in beta, but it looks very promising. The public beta is free, though Digg’s roadmap has on it premium features that will roll out later for a price.
The Old Reader
The Old Reader, built in response to Google Reader’s nixing of social features a few years ago, remains among the best RSS feed readers for its simplicity and stability, and certainly the best option for social RSS fiends.
Reeder (for Mac)
Five-dollar Mac app Reeder brings your RSS feeds to the OS X desktop with a lot of bells and whistles not found in Google Reader.
Part Instapaper, part RSS reader, part ebook reader, Dotdotdot (dotdotdot.me) is an excellent tool for reading long-form articles and stories. This browser-based RSS feed reader also has dedicated apps for iPhone and iPad.
Taptu could be a great magazine-like RSS feed reader and news compiler for those who appreciate sexy interface design and mobile apps, but the service has quite a few kinks to iron out.
Tiny Tiny RSS
Tiny Tiny RSS is a DIY platform for building an RSS feed reader where you are in charge.
Feedspot is a freemium online RSS feed reader with straightforward implementation and design. It includes a number of ways to share content, both externally and within the service itself, as well as save content to other sources, such as Evernote, Pocket, and Instapaper.
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