Mourning The Imminent Passing Of Google Reader? Here’s A Look At One Replacement Option

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With Google Reader sinking slowly into the web’s west, there are a number of services getting ready to replace it in the hearts and minds of users.

Anick Jesdanun, deputy technology editor for The Associated Press takes a look at Feed.ly.

Feedly.com has many things going for it, including easily imported feeds and info from Google. Where it misses the mark according to Jesdanun is saving the page for offline viewing, emailing links from different addresses (work vs. home,)  and ease of adding feeds through links on other sites.

What is your replacement for Google Reader?

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One thought on “Mourning The Imminent Passing Of Google Reader? Here’s A Look At One Replacement Option

  1. Wes Rand

    I’ve been using Feedly for a few months and think it is fantastic. It fits my browsing habits better than Google reader did and I really like its customizable views for each stream.

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