Jason Barone
Jason BaroneDesigner, Engineer at Uber. Freelancer.

Which app is your Google Reader replacement?

Google Reader was a great way to deliver news to your inbox in an organized way. What is your replacement? It doesn't have to be an RSS reader, it can also be an app that delivers news and updates to you.
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  1. Sunil Neurgaonkar
    Sunil Neurgaonkar10Genius-Nerd-Entrepreneur-Philanthropist · Written
    Feedly has been the best replacement for Google Reader. It works like a charm. We can add content from all the sources in the world, categorize them, save them to read offline and many more features. The paid version is simply beautiful providing a little extra features but the free version satisfies the hunger for knowledge.
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    I user Feedly a lot. You can sign up with your google account too.
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    I use Feedly as well. It's a little better than Google Reader was now. My only gripe is that the free version doesn't include search.
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    Instapaper

    Save articles to Read Later

    Twitter -> Instapaper is my reading workflow. Twitter for discovery, Instapaper for reading.
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  3. Twitter is not an obvious choice, but most or all sites use Twitter to link to new posts. I have blog/website categories sorted into separate Twitter Lists (i.e. Design, Entertainment, Hobbies, Sports, Tech). This is where Tweetbot shines, because it gives me easy access to my lists. I can scroll through and view interesting links in the app or I save them for later by sending a link to Pocket.
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