The news of discontinuation of Google Reader has left the loyal subscribers on a search spree to find the best possible alternatives. We have got so used to the customized feeds, which are pulled from several sources that a day without receiving them on our phones or tabs looks so incomplete.
But, the good news is that you don't have to leave the habit of reading feeds that you have been religiously following every morning. We have find out five best ways to get your news fixed.
So, here are the Top 5 Google Reader Alternatives:
It is by far the most popular Google Reader Alternative. Feedly, undoubtedly has a beautiful interface and most of you will agree if we say it looks exactly like the Google Reader (infact prettier). Since the announcement of Google Reader discontinuation, Feedly has been adding new features such as syncing service, recommendations, extension-free webapp, and keyboard shortcuts. Feedly offers selection of sharing options including Evernote, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+, Twitter, Pinterest, Instapaper, and Pocket. Users can also bookmark a feed and read it later.
Digg is a clean and simple choice. Although, it can be shared in Twitter and Facebook but users can also set up connections to Readability, Pocket, and Instapaper to see the content later.
Pulse has a different approach to RSS reading. It turns the feeds & articles into image-driven feeds. Moreover, it also pushes the stories it thinks you will like to read. If you love more of visuals than Pulse might get your attention.
NewsBlur looks like a desktop reader. Users can see stories on the original site, tag them, and create categories. It is free for up to 64 sites and you can even create a Blurblog to have all your favorite stories gathered for others to read.
AOL Reader offers several views, varying from the traditional list to pane view. Users can share stories to LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and Google+. A native application for Android and iOS will soon be coming.
If you have come across other interesting and really useful RSS Feeds Readers, share the experience with us.PageTraffic Reviews Top 5 Google Reader Alternatives!,