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Why RSS Feeds Still Beat Facebook and Twitter for Tracking News

You’d be forgiven for thinking RSS died off with the passing of Google Reader, but our old friend Really Simple Syndication (or Rich Site Summary) still has a role to play on the web of 2017. It’s faster, more efficient, and you won’t have to worry as much about accidentally leaking your news reading habit to all your Facebook friends. Whether you’ve never heard of it before or you’ve abandoned it for pastures new, here’s why you should be using RSS for your news instead of social media. Read More >>

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Apple News Is Better Than Newsstand, But That’s Not Saying Much

Well iOS 9 is here and it’s the most minor major—or maybe the most major minor—upgrade to the Apple’s mobile software in recent memory. But there are a few brand spanking new apps to talk about, and one of the big ones is Apple News. Read More >>

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Is Anyone Really Going to Upgrade to Feedly Pro?

Feedly's probably the best Google Reader replacement currently out there. It's got mobile apps, syncing systems, and a decent desktop view. Now it's pushed out a "Pro" version to the general public for £3.20 a month with a few extra bits and pieces like search and encryption. What I want to know is: is anyone even remotely tempted to upgrade? Read More >>

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Feedly Pro Will Offer Article Search, Evernote, and More — For a Price

Maybe we should've known that the inevitable consequence of losing Google Reader would be paying for something else — or, at least, the option of paying for something else. The day has arrived. After years of serving up its services entirely for free, Feedly will now offer a "Pro" version — including many features you've come to expect for free. Read More >>

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Reminder: Import or Export Your Google Reader Feeds Now

Today is the day when Google sends its much-loved-by-us, but seemingly disowned-by-Google RSS reader to the electronic scrapheap in the sky. As of writing, Reader is a walking corpse. It's scheduled for destruction today, but I'm assuming Google won't pull the plug until someone's up and had their coffee in the US. So, if you haven't pulled your RSS feeds yet, or synced them into another service, do it right now. Read More >>

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10 Google Reader Alternatives That Will Ease Your RSS Pain

Google Reader is on its deathbed, slated to meet its end on July 1st. Its demise has been looming in the distance for a while, so this should come as no surprise. And while this is certainly a time of mourning, there's the unseemly business of finding a replacement. Here's a list of platform agnostic alternatives that should help make the transition as painless as possible. We're sorry for your loss. Read More >>

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It’s Now Super Easy to Jump from Google Reader to the Best Alternative

With Google Reader about to meet its maker, everyone's looking for a good alternative. Well, Feedly just rolled out an entirely cloud-based version of its reader, which makes it easier than ever to jump the Google ship—and it seems well worth checking out. Read More >>

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Feedly Reborn: The Best Google Reader Replacement Just Got Better

With the impending death of Google Reader, RSS fiends are scrambling to find a replacement platform. And options abound. Feedly knows this, and it wants to make your transition to the other side as painless as possible. Meet the revamped Feedly mobile app. Read More >>

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What’s the Best Google Reader Alternative Out There?

Google's just destroyed my dreams workflow by announcing that it's killing Google Reader. At its core Google Reader is simply an RSS aggregation and syncing service, so there must be some suitable replacements surely? What's the best one you've ever come across? Read More >>