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11:45 am
December 4, 2013


moneycone

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After Google stopped supporting their reader, I've been left in the lurch!  Confused  I'm currently using Digg Reader… it is good, but not as good as the Google Reader.  The updates aren't as frequent and somehow doesn't feel as 'smooth' as Google Reader.

 

Have you found a good replacement for Google Reader?  What readers did you try and which one are your currently using?

11:47 am
December 4, 2013


Mike – Saving Money Today

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I've been using Feedly and I like it a lot. 

12:47 pm
December 4, 2013


MoneyBeagle

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I use The Old Reader, which is the closest appearance-wise to Google Reader, which makes sense because I believe it was essentially designed as such.

They did have a lot of issues following Google Reader's shutdown, as they were not able to handle the influx of users.  There were a few rocky weeks while they moved their servers, acquired funding, and added capacity, but they got everything straightened out and it's been nothing but smooth sailing for the last few months.

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6:46 pm
December 4, 2013


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I use Feedly, although I tried Bloglovin too.

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10:08 pm
December 4, 2013


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I've stopped using RSS completely. Lately, I've been sticking to finding new posts on Twitter and Google+

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7:05 pm
December 5, 2013


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MoneyBeagle said:

I use The Old Reader, which is the closest appearance-wise to Google Reader, which makes sense because I believe it was essentially designed as such.

 

Another vote on this one from me.

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6:31 pm
December 7, 2013


Barbara Friedberg

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I use feedly and find it satisfactory.

8:36 am
December 10, 2013


moneycone

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Thanks for the suggestions guys.  I tried The Old Reader and really like it.  I think I'm going to stick with it!

12:44 pm
December 10, 2013


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I also stopped using RSS – I stick to Twitter.

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1:43 pm
December 10, 2013


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Bloglovin' and Twitter for me…

5:40 am
December 11, 2013


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I'm putting my blog on bloglovin' today after a lot of people recommended it to me. But I mainly use twitter to find new blog posts. My daily reading list from going through my newsfeed is about 20-30 articles long. 

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6:12 pm
December 16, 2013


Glen Craig

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I've been using Feedly on my laptop but I mostly read on my phone these days with Reeder.

12:12 pm
January 1, 2014


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I'm one of the few who never used RSS prior to Google Reader going bust and still never ended up adopting anyone. Feedly and Old Reader seem to be the most popular by far though.

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2:48 pm
January 3, 2014


Eric – PersonalProfitability.com

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I've been very happy with Feedly. It was a little bit of an adjustment after losing Reader. I do find most posts now with Twitter followed by Facebook. I only keep a small list in Feedly.

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