Thursday, 14 March 2013

Best Google Reader Alternatives

Netvibes 


This dashboard publishing platform for web is organized into tabs that contain user-defined modules. It features built-in modules that include an RSS/Atom feed reader, local weather forecasts, a calendar supporting iCal, bookmarks, notes, to-do lists, multiple searches, support for POP3, IMAP4 email as well as several webmail providers such as Gmail, Yahoo!, Thexyz, Hotmail, and AOL Mail. It also supports Delicious, Meebo, and Flickr.

Feedly 



An aggregator that runs on web browsers as well as mobile devices running on iOS and Android platforms. It aggregates news from different online sources which the user can customize and share with their peers.

Flipboard 


Flipboard is an RSS reader and also very social as well. Flipboard is known for its aesthetic appeal which works great with tablets.

NewsBlur

 

Available for web browsers, and iOS and Android platform. It brings real-time RSS and allows users to view the article on the original site, share stories with friends, and highlight stories that you are interested in as well as hiding the ones that you can’t be bothered with.

FeedDemon

 

You can program FeedDemon to inform you when a given tag appears in any feed you are subscribed to, as well as if it appears on feeds you aren’t subscribed to. It can also automatically download audio files of feeds you are subscribed to and save it on your iPod or other media devices.

FeedReader

 

A free RSS news aggregation solution that provides robust features in an intuitive, user-friendly environment. It comes with the Feedreader Browser, which allows you to setup feeds you want to subscribe to. And then there’s the Feedreader online feature that allows you to view subscribed feeds everywhere you go, using any device, without having to install or setup anything– just log in with your FeedReader account.

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