Tonight InoReader went down. The very capable Google Reader alternative had been gaining attention and users after the shutdown of Google’s Reader on July 1st. I decided to look at what was going on, and the prospects for this great tool.
Here’s my attempt at a big list of Google Reader alternatives. If you have anything to add, please either contact me or comment at the end of this article.
Today, I gained access to the beta of AOL’s new RSS reader simply called AOL Reader. Based on screenshots I’ve seen, AOL’s interface looked very similar to Google Reader’s and I was hoping this tool would stack up well as a worthy replacement.
Andrew Chen writes today on his blog (or is it an essay?) about RSS and more specifically how he found the light with email subscriptions over RSS. RSS is a syndicator of content. RSS is a standard.
Today, an invite came in for a new feed reader called FluxReader. While this is still in beta, and much will likely change, but I wanted to get a good feel for whether this tool could be a worthy Google Reader replacement.
The question is, was Google Reader loved by its users? Well, one measure of how much a product is loved could be how much users actually use it.
I checked to see if it was April 1st (nope) and then sat stunned that Google would retire Reader without alternatives. While Google isn’t offering it, I’m going to give you some alternatives to try and help ease the sting.
Google Reader users are among the most blighted (and many would say the more well-informed). Those that have stayed with the product understand the value of using RSS (Rich Site Summary) to quickly read over a large number of articles the web to keep up with the massive explosion of information. With Google Reader, those […]
In the very interesting space of punditry, some have been talking about what tablets need to really take off.
The Internet has simply exploded with information and ideas from people. If you go to one news site, you may see completely different news stories than you would at another – not to mention not finding what you’re looking for at either one of them. There is a way to see more information in a more personalized manner.