Feedly the RSS feed reader is taking over the space being vacated by Google Reader fast. In latest numbers, it has added over 3 million users in 2 weeks.
Google Reader will die in a few months and many feel angry and sad. But the big lesson to learn from it from is never be attached to free services.
Google will be shutting down Google Reader on July 1, 2013. FeedDemon has also announced a shut-down of its service because of it.
I’ve been a long time user of Google Reader, and though RSS might sound old school to a lot of people, it works for me. Unlike Windows, which has very few good RSS readers (and most of them are ugly, seriously), Mac has got a lot of news readers to choose from. Reeder is essentially […]
Following a blog on RSS reader is a great way to keep track of your blog subscriptions. I literally follow hundreds of blogs and never feel overwhelmed thanks to Google Reader. Reading a post on Google Reader is usually a great experiance, especially if the content is complete. Unfortunately sometimes the content is only a […]
If you are reading this post on Google Reader, chances are you are aware of it’s new user interface design. The new redesign has removed all the old social features. This includes all the people you were following and the posts they shared via Google Reader and all your shared posts along with ‘Likes’ to […]
Being an avid user of Google Reader, I’ve been waiting for the interface revamp which other Google services like Docs, Translate etc. got long ago. This morning Google Reader started rolling out their new interface and also integrating with Google+. That’s how Reader looks, now. You can see they have made the interface very clear […]
I’ve been using Google Reader since a long time, from the day I started blogging. But lately I’ve searching for some alternatives and Feedly was a perfect match for me. I know it’s definitely hard to switch from a service after using for years, but Feedly is worth a try. (Click on image for enlarged […]
UPDATE: Readings the service has been made unavailable at the moment. There are many apps which act as replacement for Google Reader (Feedly, for instance), but I never liked any of them. Reason is simple, I can’t cope up with their interface, which is completely different from that of Google Reader. On the other hand, […]
As a tech blogger, I need to catch the latest tech news and updates daily. Thanks to Google Reader, it saves me a lot of time as I don’t need to check each site individually. The Chrome Webstore has some really nice extensions to extend the ability of Google Reader such as converting partial feeds […]