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It's a niche product (if you ask Google anyway), but still a big niche used by millions of professionals. Here are what we consider the best drop-in replacements for Google Reader today.
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.
Well ahead of its shutdown of the Google Reader site, Google has removed the RSS Subscription Browser Extension add-on for its Chrome web browser from the Chrome Web Store.
The revamped version of Digg has announced it plans to launch its own RSS reader service in order to help the many disenfranchised users of Google Reader, which will shut down 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.
Google has announced it will shut down a number of projects and software products in the next several months, including its Google Reader RSS web service and more.
Google has updated its popular Google Reader app for Android, adding some features many have been crying out for. In a post on the Official Google Reader Blog, Brian Smith outlined the three main features...