Google Reader is shutting down on July 1st. Move your feeds to one of these alternative RSS readers instead
I have been using Google Reader to collect RSS feeds of blogs that I want to follow. This gives me a good a idea of wht is trending in my industry and fodder for ideas to write content on.
I have used Google reader as a collector and bookmarking service over the years and with the one click add extension on Firefox, it’s been indispensible.
Now Google is shutting it down. What next? You can easily create an export file from Google Reader and import it into another RSS reader.
I have been using Flipboard on my iphone and Netvibes on the desktop. There are lots of alternatives below. Pick one you like the look of and try it out.
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Introducing the New Feedly. Browsing, reading and sharing your favorite sites has never been this easy, fast and rewarding. Feed your mind anytime, anywhere!
It's the ultimate RSS reader. Just like the old google reader, only better. Import your subscriptions in one click, find your Facebook friends and start sharing.
The news you want, all in one place. Designed for iPad and iPhone.
Follow your favorite blogs, websites, and social networks with a beautifully organized interface!
NewsBlur is a personal news reader that brings people together to talk about the world. A new sound of an old instrument.
NOTE: For RSS it helps to enable the clean RSS helper interface.
Netvibes is the all-in-one dashboard intelligence platform for real-time social media monitoring, social analytics, brand sentiment, reputation management, team management, company intranets and community portals. The #1 dashboard solution for Fortune 500 brands, agencies and enterprises."
Reeder is a Google Reader client, which means you need a Google Reader account to use the app.
When using Reeder, all changes will be synced with Google Reader. This means if (for example) you read an article in Reeder it will also be marked as read in Google Reader. The same is true if you read in Google Reader. When syncing the next time, Reeder will just pick up the changes.
The simple but elegant feed reader for your devices
Pulse takes your favorite website and tranforms them into a colorful and interactive mosaic. Experience it today.
RSSOwl is a powerful application to organize, search and read all your news feeds in a comfortable way. Key features include saved searches, automatic clean-up, notification from tray, filters, fast fulltext search, google reader synchronization and a flexible and clean user interface.
The easiest way to follow your favorite blogs
Discover your Interesting. Whether you like fashion, football, painting, or politics, Zite has all your interests in one place.
InoReader - Light and Fast RSS/Atom Reader inspired by Google Reader. If you need to keep track of your favorite sites, or if you like Google Reader, then this is the app for you.
Feedreader Online is a platform for you to read, organize and share news and updates from all your favourite websites in one place. Just like good old Google Reader which is about to close on July 1, 2013.
Roll your own RSS news reader server! You will need a computer running LAMP(Linux/Apache/Mysql/PHP) Pretty slick!
Generation Next RSS Reader
With Intigi, you can import your RSS feeds from Google Reader (via OPML) and then filter the feeds by your preferred keywords and social signals (e.g., shares via Twitter). Intigi is a paid service with a free 30-day trial.
Feed Fiend is a web-based RSS reader. It has a directory with a one-click subscribe tool, and a long list of other great features in the works.
News360 learns what you like (and dont like) and finds news articles and blog posts from across the Internet that are the most relevant to you, personally.
Welcome to the most simple and beautiful online news reader. No registration required. Just add your feeds and enjoy! It's a great alternative to Google Reader.
Create a super RSS from your favorite sources to easily monitor topics
Taptu provides instant access to all your interests in one beautiful little app
Your current feed reader is full of unread items. You’re hesitant to subscribe to any more feeds because you can't keep up with your existing subs. Maybe you've even abandoned feeds altogether.
Fever takes the temperature of your slice of the web and shows you what's hot.
NetNewsWire 3.3 for the Mac is here! The Black Pixel team has been hard at work to bring you Lion support—including fullscreen mode, which we really like. We’ve also fixed some issues affecting concurrency, stability and syncing with Google Reader. Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later required.
A huge thank you to our beta testers (including the ineffable Brent Simmons). And as always, please let us know if you have any trouble. Enjoy!
RSS feed reader that shows comments to posts, able to retrieve full article text and have nice view mode for photoblogs