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Google Reader, is once again stepping up to fill in the vacancy left by the apparently popular feed subscription service. Feedly is now offering it's API so that other app developers can create their own feed reading apps to add value to Feedly's cloud platform.
Google Reader was Digg, and today their official Android app is finally available. Just like Digg.com on the web you'll get up to the minute news from their homepage, as well as the Digg Reader full of RSS feeds all optimized for our Android devices. Excited, or have you moved on to Feedly or other options?
Reader. The service went offline around midnight, however there is a bit of good news for those who may have been slacking in terms of downloading your data. Google will have all of your subscription data available until the middle of July.
Google Reader today you have likely seen the reminder about the service closing down. Google announced the shutdown of Reader a while back and if you have yet to make the switch -- you are quickly running out of time. Basically, at this point you should stop what you are doing and make sure you back up your data using Google Takeout.
Google Reader draws near, Feedly has stayed in the news as a viable replacement service for all you RSS fans, and today their option just got even better. After improving their Android app, today they've announced the Feedly Cloud that will help us all seamlessly transition away from the dying Google Reader, and into Feedly's arms.
Google Reader is quickly approaching. We know many still haven't switched to other options, but the folks from Digg will have many of you covered a few days early. Digg will be dropping their public beta just in time for everyone to make the switch and transition with ease.
Google Reader shuts down for good. Well, maybe not enough time for those who are dreading the day but the key is that as of July 1 Google Reader will be gone for good. We have seen plenty of alternatives come into the spotlight, however it seems as if one of those possibilities has stolen much of the spotlight. That one is Feedly and they have just announced some updates.