Google Reader is a web-based feed reader and news aggregator. It was created by Google in 2005 and allowed users to subscribe to and read content from websites and blogs in a centralized location. It also allowed users to share, like, and comment on the articles they found. Google Reader was discontinued in 2013, but many users have turned to alternative feed readers such as Feedly, The Old Reader, and InoReader. These alternatives have similar features, allowing users to organize their feeds, save articles for later, and share and like content. Additionally, these readers facilitate the discovery of new content and allow users to better stay up to date with their favorite topics.
Feedly is filled with so many resources that you can type in any random word and it will undoubtedly lead you to a website or blog you never knew existed.
Nunca parecía que simplemente ... funcionara como lo hacía Reader; Tengo que pasar por los aros solo para agregar un sitio a mi Feedly, en lugar de simplemente poner una URL y de repente tener acceso completo al RSS de ese sitio. Tal vez sea porque era joven e ignorante sobre cómo funciona esto cuando estaba usando Reader, no lo sé.
to share content from favorite sites
Simple and easy to use to read messages.
It costs a ton for what used to be free
The best form of news aggregator I could find. Very easy to manage, clean and intuitive user interface and very easy to use.
The same functionality, with a more complicated, but clean interface. You can reliably use feedly without buying a subscription.
Aggregate all the RSS feeds you need in one great app, whether on desktop or Android.
good set of features in free membership plan. social features.
It is the best alternative to Google Reader that I have used. It is not using the most popular look these days that is oversaturated with huge screenshots or banners with minimal text, but uses the interface that is almost identical to what GR offers. highly recommended!
The most configurable RSS reader available for many platforms.
You can have full basic functionality with free account.
You can't see pricing plans before you sign up, and it's expensive!
Small, fast, cross-platform (including BSD !!!!)
Newsblur is fantastic: it handles the simple task of keeping track of many sources very well. It also has many features, such as multiple methods of displaying posts, training it to highlight the posts that matter most, lots of organization and filtering methods, etc.
Integrated sharing and commenting threads. Because it is a paid service, does not share/sell your personal information, good mobile applications and compatibility with third-party applications.
It has the same format. Lightweight and does not require installation.
It is very light and only requires some additional dependencies on my system (linux mint 17.1).
Descontinuado https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.noinnion.android.greader.reader RIP
Excellent add-on for Feedly on Android. Full content caching allows offline reading and reduces the need to use mobile data. Settings can be adjusted to individual user preferences.
Beyond Pod offers great ways to keep your podcasts and videos reasonably organized. Organization is in the eye of the beholder.
It does everything in a well-organized way.
Excellent features, self-hosted, great community, compatible with mobile devices, light-weight