In case you somehow missed it, we have some bad news for you: Google Reader is now officially dead. However, there are some good alternatives out there and you can still get your Google data for now.
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Google Reader is on its last legs and the hungry reading masses continue their search for a replacement. Feedly are stepping up by partnering with five developers to bring back some reading goodness.
Neowin chats with Feedly's Cyril Moutran, the head of its product and strategy, about the RSS reader company's surge of new customers after Google Reader shutdown announcement and more.
Neowin has learned that Feedly, the RSS reader company that has exploded with the Google Reader shutdown announcement, plans to launch Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 apps.
The RSS-based service Feedly said that over 500,000 Google Reader users defected to Feedly in the first 48 hours since Google announced it would be shutting down Google Reader on July 1st.
35,000 people have signed an online petition asking Google to reconsider their plan to shut down the Google Reader website, while another company, Feedly, is gaining more customers for its service.