Google is shutting down their popular Google reader (GReader) service on 1st of July. If you are a Google reader you already know this announcement. They already hides Google reader app on the play store, but still we can access it to via direct link. Now it’s time to switch to another RSS feed reader.
There are several free apps on the play store, but some of them are depending on Google reader. This post I added three free RSS reader apps for Android. Some of the service support multiple OS, such as Android, iOS, Windows.
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Reader Free is a one of the best alternatives to the Google reader. User can one tap import all the GReader Feeds and its folders to your Android phone. But it also not support cross platforms. Its user interface (UI) just like the Google reader. If you’re a big fan of the GReader like me, you will familiar with this app. Unlike other RSS reader that I have mentioned above, this application has lots of customization options. Reader Free has 10 different holo themes including light, dark.
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This is an another good alternative to Google reader. Flipboard not like the Google or Feedly. This app can bring you the latest news from various topics and your social networks to your Android mobile. In addition to that you can add your own RSS feeds. It has only magazine style views. But it only supports Android and iOS. There’s no computer based application.
[google_app_box title=”Flipboard” url=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=flipboard.app” ]
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