Goodbye Google Reader, Hello 10 Google Reader Alternatives

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Google Reader is gone?

Don't worry; the sky is NOT a-falling. There are plenty of BETTER reader alternatives and here are some of the best ones.

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Goodbye Google Reader, Hello 10 Google Reader Alternatives

  1. Google Graveyard: Google Reader is Dead! LONG LIVE 10 Google Reader Alternatives!
  2. Google is on a killing spree: 70+ dead products and counting... (according to Wikipedia)
  3. And now this...
  4. The sky is a-falling! The sky is a-falling!
  5. Not to worry: here are 10 Google Reader alternatives
  6. 1. NewsBlur.com
  7. 2. Feedly.com
  8. 3. Flipboard.com
  9. 4. Pulse.me
  10. 5. Google Currents (currently available)
  11. 6. Zite.com
  12. 7. Taptu.com
  13. 8. FeedReader.com
  14. 9. Bloglines.com
  15. 10. NewsIsFree.com
  16. And here’s one more alternative: more is always better, right?
  17. Digg.com
  18. Yes, even Digg is building its own Google Reader alternative...
  19. This bandwagon is leaving - stay clear!
  20. See, I told you we’ll have a happy ending
  21. Let the great Google Reader exodus begin!
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