If you often read your Internet news with RSS Reader, you certainly know that the web giant Google is going to retire its famous RSS Google Reader. The reality is clear and what you should do now is to find another Google Reader alternative for long-time favorite RSS Feeds! Here we share with news junkies best alternatives to Google Reader. Those replacements are all free and own mobile applications which help you easily read news on the go!
Feedly will be one of big winners to take over users from Google reader. For the successful transition, Feedly team is increasing bandwidth and its cloned API called Normandy just like Google's official API will help any Feedly users to easily deal with the transition! Of course, Feedly owns its advantages! It has applications available for Android, iOS, Chrome and Firefox. Its interface is re-imagined for smartphones and tablets. If you run it on the tablet, you will get a experience close to personalized magazine! In addition, it offers an in-app browser and YouTube integration! If you want to go back and see what you recently read, it is easily achieved with the help of its built-in "Save for Later" feature and a History function.
Before the announcement of Google Reader'shutdown, Flipboard has got a reputation among Android and Ios users. Flipboard is not only a popular newsreader on the go, but also a social network hub! Once you sign in, it can connect to your social networking accounts and subscribe any RSS feeds you like by browsing. A magazine-like layout is also its strength and user can even customize it! So you will keep up on the world news and social news you care about just in one beautiful magazine on your mobile devices! What you will be surprised is its latest update which adds SoundCloud support. In other words, you can listen to audio clips like NPR and any social news including audio from your friends!
Pulse News is also one of best Google Reader alternatives and can catch up on the sites you like and social networks as Flipboard do. You can read all news on one customized magazine-like reader, too. Pulse news allows you to swipe up and down for reading news from all sites, and swipe right and left to read more stories on the same site! To quickly read news, it will showcase your most-read sites with latest headlines! What's more, it offers function to save stories for reading later across all platforms or sync them with Instapaper, Read it Later and Evernote!
Taptu allows importing up to 100 RSS feeds from Google Reader and helping you easily and fast finding more content with the search box and Bing RSS search. So you can easily mash up those mixed contents and keep up on a specific topic! Its Taptu Magic feature will also bring you more interesting and sweet surprises! The Taptu Magic will learn from your reading habit and articles you read, and then show you more stories about your interest! Certainly, you can read your social streams from Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
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