By Akhter on July 26, 2013

10 Best Alternatives To Google Reader

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If you are worry about the replacement for the Google Reader then you do not have to worry anymore because this collection is all about alternatives to Google Reader. No doubt Google Reader is one of the most important and useful tools from Google apps. So what if Google Reader is closing or shutting down, these days lots of good and outstanding replacements for the Google Reader are available in the market like the Old Reader, News Blur, Feedly, net Vibes and Pulse and so many.

In this compilation we are showcasing 10 free and best Alternatives to Google Reader. With these quality replacements of Google Reader, you do not have to worry if Google Reader is closing or not because you have good alternatives in hand.

You can also tell us what you think about this collection and share your precious opinions with us via comment section below. Do have a look at this collection and chime in with recommendations as well. Enjoy!!!

Feedly

Organize your favorite blogs, news sites, podcasts and Youtube channels and access them all in one place (or sync with Google Reader).

RSS Owl

RSSOwl is a free and powerful news feed reader. RSSOwl lets you gather, organize and search news in a convenient, easy to use interface with endless flexibility.

GreatNews

GreatNews displays full pages of news articles across rss feeds, optimized for fast reading. So you can skim through pages in seconds, and pick interesting ones to dig in.

FeedReader

You just sign up, add your favorite feeds, and arrange them into a personal list that you can then access at any moment from any other computer simply by logging into your account in a web browser.

FeedDemon

FeedDemon is the most popular RSS reader for Windows, with an easy-to-use interface that makes it a snap to stay informed with the latest news and information.

Taptu

Taptu provides instant access to all your interests in one beautiful little app.

Pulse

Pulse is a fast and beautiful way to read your favorite blogs, magazines, social networks and newspapers.

Newsblur

Bringing people together to talk about the world.

Bloglines

Bloglines is the fastest way to find and track your favorite websites and blogs in real-time. Easily customize your dashboard with multiple view options, drag and drop organization, and exclusive widgets. Get the latest news on all your interests and trending topics exactly the way you want it, with the new Bloglines Reader!

Omea Reader

Free and easy to use RSS reader, NNTP news reader, and web bookmark manager. It’s fast, it aggregates, and it keeps you organized. Check out the additional features: lightning-fast desktop search, flexible information organizer, contextual access, and quick extensibility for developers who want more.





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Comments

Feedly is the best for me on my mobile but I prefer Netvibes on my desktop.

My favourite is not on your list, worth taking a look at it and it’s AOL reader http://reader.aol.com

My favourite is not on your list, worth taking a look at it and it’s AOL reader http://reader.aol.com

These are really obscure readers. AOL Reader and Digg Reader seem to be pretty popular and are missing from the list.

I moved to Feedly but not all of my feeds migrated correctly (maybe Google didn’t export correctly?). I used http://tools.otherchin.com/opml to check for the feeds that broke.

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Thanks for the info, i think that “The old reader” is dead too.

I think I like Feedly the best so far.

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