Google Reader is shutting down on July 1, 2013, and one famous alternative is Feedly. Feedly is an RSS reader and news aggregator that formats RSS feeds like a website (see figure below). It is available online and also as iOS, Android, and Kindle applications.
In this tutorial, we learn how to import Google Reader data to Feedly using the Google Chrome browser. » Read more
The Official Google Blog has announced that it will be retiring Google Reader on July 1, 2013. According to the blog, users may retain subscription data by using Google Takeout. Google Takeout will download the following information from your Google Reader in JSON files: list of the people you follow, list of the people who follow you, and items that you have starred, liked, and shared. Items shared by people you follow, notes that you have created, and items with comments will also be downloaded.
There are several alternatives to Google Reader, but I have been using Feedly for quite a while and I am very satisfied. Feedly is a very friendly and easy to use reader and it formats your feeds like a website (see figure above). » Read more
If you read a lot of sites and blogs, and you subscribe to RSS feeds, you may want to organize your feeds with Feedly. It is a website that creates a magazine-like start page for all RSS feeds. It allows users to import feeds from Google Reader and categorize them.
Feedly is available as an Android app, iPad app, and Google Chrome web app. It is also available as a Safari and Firefox extensions. In addition, Feedly can be integrated with Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr.