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Feedly: Best Alternative for Google Reader till now

It's official that Goolge Reader will close up its shop on July 1, 2013.  It's an amazing web based program developed by Google using which users are able to subscribe news feed from their favorite sites. And the main reason behind shutting this web based program is less use of Google Reader by users.

But that doesn't mean that you're not able to subscribe feeds from favorite site anymore. As Feedly promised to make easy migration from Google Reader, which is going to shut soon.

There are lots of similar sites like Google Reader, which you can use in the absence of this web based program. But till now, Feedly is counted as one of the best Google Reader Alternatives because more than 500,000 Google Reader users have joined this news aggregator community within last 48 hours and still going on.

Feedly on its official blog said " More than 500,000 Google Reader users have joined the Feedly community over the last 48 hours. We love passionate readers. Welcome on board"

Lots of new users sending their queries to Feedly Twitter Account to know more about features and new versions of the software. This takes Feedly iOS app to in the list of Top free is an app in the Apple Apps Store.

In reply Feedly Official blog replied "Our main priorities over the next 30 days are

  1. Keep the service up
  2. Listen to new users' queries and suggestion
  3. To add features weekly. 
They satisfy their new users Feedly buy new servers and launched suggestion form to deal with Feedly users. Feedly is not only the alternative of Google Reader but this service has generated lots of heat among users, which showing the signs going to replace late Google Reader. You can try Feedly using below links

So why don't you give a try to this Feedly, Or you already tried Feedly, Don't forget to share your thoughts in the comment section


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