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5 Google Reader Alternatives

Google is saying adios to Google Reader as of July 1. If Google Reader was your main squeeze for getting your RSS on, fear not – there are many players in the game!

Before you officially say goodbye to Google Reader, make sure that you export all of your RSS feeds. Read: How to Export Your RSS Feeds from Google Reader

Now it’s time to find a new RSS reader to love. Here are 5 Google Reader alternatives:

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  • 5 Google Reader Alternatives 1 of 6
    5 Google Reader Alternatives
    Don't be sad that Google Reader is dead. You have until July 1 to export your feeds and find a new RSS readers. Let's check out some top contenders.
  • Feedly 2 of 6
    Feedly
    All the buzz is around Feedly. Since Google has said no more Google Reader, Feedly has seen over 500,000 users jump to their service. YES, 500k.
    Available for Firefox, iOS, Android
    feedly.com
  • Pulse 3 of 6
    Pulse
    Are you a visual? If so, then you will LOVE Pulse. While you can't import your Google feeds (womp), you can enter in specific RSS feed addresses to add as a source.
    Available for web, iOS, Android
    pulse.me
  • The Old Reader 4 of 6
    The Old Reader
    Exactly like the name, The Old Reader is well just that. It mimics the old school RSS reader. You can import your Google RSS feeds as well!
    Available for web (mobile coming soon)
    theoldreader.com
  • NetVibes 5 of 6
    NetVibes
    While designed for agencies, NetVibes offers a social dashboard that is free for personal use. Just add your RSS feed in and go.
    Available for web
    netvibes.com
  • Newsblur 6 of 6
    Newsblur
    Easily share stories, import your Google RSS feeds and more with Newsblur.
    Available for web, iOS, Android
    newsblur.com

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