Sadly, Google is killing Google Reader on 01-July-2013. If you are reading this blog using the RSS feed via Google Reader, I suggest you start looking for another RSS reader. I have been trying feedly. It is ok, but so far I prefer Google reader. What is your favourite Google Reader alternative?
Gone Feedly too, but also still favoring Google Reader.
Incidentally, I tried to import my feeds to http://theoldreader.com . But after 48 hours I had only gone from 26,005 to 26,001 in the import queue. So I gave up on that.
I highly recommend the “RSS to e-mail” service rssforward.com. For a small fee I get all RSS feeds, with the full text (not just snippets), in my inbox. Don’t have to look for RSS readers; just my Inbox.
Netvibes is good. Really very good. It’s just like Google Reader, but more snazzy.
I’ve been using Fever since the announcement and while I do prefer Google Reader I’ve been happy enough to not use it again.
Feedly is great if you have super bandwidth, if not, it’s almost unusable.
I’m definitely in the market for something usable, Google Reader was simple and easy to use.
I’ve not moved yet. Instead just kept using Google Reader hoping that they’ll change their minds.
The Old Reader looks interesting.
I also kept using Google Reader hoping they’ll reconsider. I hope that a good alternative will emerge before the deadline. I use Android a lot to consume my feeds offline, using NewsRob app. I need to find an alternative that allows me to keep the same workflow.
Waiting (hoping) for Digg to finish up theirs. They need to get some mojo back and this could be a great opportunity. Feedly wasn’t just a website when I looked at it, and I’m not interested in installing apps and plugins.
I’ll stick to RSSOwl, Eclipse based Java news reader.
Have a go at NewsBlur. Feedly’s magazine style is not for everyone. And the Old Reader lacks in features.
So far so good with Feedly, although the lastest iOS version doesn’t work with Google 2-factor authentication (fix is under app store review). Will also be trying Digg’s reader.