Tips on how to Read Freshome After Google Reader Shuts Down

If you’re reading this post in Google Reader, you won’t be doing so next week. After July 1st 2013 that’s this coming Monday! Google Reader is shutting down FOR GOOD. Our RSS feeds had been pretty reliant on Google Reader for years. (In the event you don’t know- Google Reader was a free service that pulled new posts, or “RSS feeds”, from blogs & websites, pooling all the content onto one easy to read page. It was a shockingly convenient option to stay alongside of your whole favorite blogs.) If you’re a Google Reader user, obviously you have to a brand new tool to read your subscriptions. We’ve a number of thoughts for you on that, so listed here are our favourite alternatives.

Feedly has become some of the more popular choices, because it very closely resembles the identical features as Google Reader. The import process is a breeze, so that you won’t lose any content. Additionally they have more detailed migration instructions here: Tips for Google reader users migrating to feedly.

Flipboard is the most well-liked of the magazine-like content aggregator apps. Apart from its own curated feeds, it connects with quite a few social networks which could collect news feeds – including Twitter, Facebook, and Google+. For plenty of readers, though, Flipboard’s loss of an internet or desktop client would be a deal-breaker. Not less than for now, it’s iOS and Android only. You are able to follow us on Flipboard – just download the app for Apple or from Google Play. Use these instructions emigrate your Google Reader feeds into Flipboard.

Bloglovin’ is a smart alternative to Google Reader, especially in the event you want to read blog posts at the blogs themselves, instead of reading the entire text inside a reader. You are able to follow Freshome on Bloglovin here.

Finally …if you don’t use RSS you’re able to read us any time to your favorite social network.