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.
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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.
In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to use Google Reader to subscribe to a blog or website. Before you can do this, first you must have a Google account and second, the website that you are subscribing to must have RSS feeds. Blogs, pages, or websites with RSS feeds usually have RSS icons (see number 2 below).
Suppose, you like the Mathematics and Multimedia blog and you want to subscribe to its RSS feeds. You should do the following steps:
1. Log-in to your Google Account and go to the Reader page.
2. Go to the blog that you want to subscribe to (you’re already here) look for the RSS Feed button and click it.
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