questionswhat do you use as an rss reader?


Outlook folder and FeedReader, but I only use them to follow work-related forum type posts.


Anyone??? Anyone??? I moved to Google Reader because, hey, they are Google. They are going to be around for a while. Too bad they are killing the Reader, as it turns out.

Here is a link to a PCWorld article about three alternatives you can try. I have no experience with any of them, so this comes with no endorsement.

EDIT: Feedly looks like it's worth a try. I'll give it a spin this weekend and report.


On Chrome (or in my case, Chromium) I use RSS Feed Reader.


I'm even more lost than that. I use Google to sync read/unread status for individual posts in my subscribed feeds.

I use NetNewsWire on the Mac and Byline on iOS. So whether at home or on the go, I can see which posts I've read.

As far as I know, there's just plain not going to be an alternative for this unless I move to the same client on both Mac and iOS and sync through that provider's sync service. And there's really not one I like for both platforms.

Oddly, I don't ever actually use the Google Reader web site. Can't stand it- as it marks things as read just by scrolling past an article.


I'm looking for an answer to this myself. I was just using the Internet Explorer RSS feed thing. I didn't realize that Outlook even had one. I just discovered about a million unread things in my Reader thing in Gmail. I didn't even know I had put anything in there.


Flipboard on iPad & iPhone. Google Reader on PC. According to Flipboard's site, since I have a Flipboard account, once the end for Google Reader arrives, my feeds will continue to work. Fingers crossed


I just found The Old Reader which is probably the closest to Google Reader we're going to find. There's a queue of 29k people for importing your feed though...Hey, maybe it'll be done by July 1st!