Google Reader Is Shutting Down, Here Are The Best Alternatives

Google Reader is shutting down on July 1st, means you have less than one week to find a best alternative. From Importing feeds list to finding a new reader here is the process.

Import Your Google Reader Data:
1.Head to Google Takeout’s Reader page and click the Create Archive button. It’ll make archive of all your feed addresses.
2.Once it’s finished you can download the archive file.
3.Open the ZIP file and go through the folder inside. Inside the Reader folder you’ll see a file called subscriptions.xml. Extract it on the Desktop.
4.Open the new feed reader and go to its settings and find the Import option and. Choose the subscription.xml file. All of your feeds successfully appears on your new reader.

Search For New Reader:
For Windows:
Feed Demon:
FeedDemon is the most popular RSS reader for Windows. It is easy to configure and use. It is one of the best RSS and Atom feed reade. FeedDemon can download and your audio podcasts as well. It is a ad supported reader.

For Mac:
Reeder is a perfect feed reader for Mac. Reeder is available for clients iPhone, iPad. It can easily integrates and sync with Google Calendar, Read It Later and Instapaper. Luckily it is a free app now.

Also Consider Monotony, Vienna, Favoriteer.

For Android And iOS:
Flipboard is a social-network and feed reader and magazine format application software for Android and iOS. Flipboard is called a social magazine because it’s designed to integrate all of your social media accounts. It is a tough competitor to Google Currents. The user interface is amazing. When you use this app in tablet you feel like you are really reading and holding a magazine in your hand. Most of the popular site feeds are pre integrated.

Also consider Feedly, Google Currents, gReader, Beyond Podcast Manager.

For Browsers:
Feedly Updated with 10 new features thetechhacker
Feedly is a news aggregator or RSS feed reader application for various Web browsers and mobile devices running iOS and Android. Feedly is a simple way to read and share the content of sites. It has integration with Google Reader, Twitter, Delicious, YouTube and Amazon. You can import your favourite RSS feeds and sources from Google Reader, Bloglines , Netvibes or your bookmarks.

Also consider Flipbeets, Protopage.



Rahul is the Editor-in-Chief at Thetechhacker, PhoneSetter and TheWearableNews. After realizing an obsession with technology, he left his job career to write about technology.
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    ChristianPuricelli Jun 27, 2013 at 9:01 pm

    Have you checked

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