Here are a few alternatives to Google Reader.
Google Reader Shuts Down on July 1st. Export Your Feeds.
This means you’ll need to find a viable RSS Feed reader for all of your news and blogs. Here are a few alternatives to Google Reader that will allow you to import your Google Reader feeds.
Feedly, one of the most popular feed readers, will allow you to import your Google Reader feeds.
“Feedly is a lovely, easy-to-use service for two categories of people: those who once used Google Reader, and those who’ve never heard of it. Because if you’re still starting your morning with a zigzag through a standard set of Web sites, you’re wasting time and energy. Feedly is what you needly.”
– David Pogue, The New York Times
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Pulse will allow you to import your feeds from Google Reader, and will use its own algorithm to pull the most interesting posts from your feed to the top of your reading list; this is similar to Facebook’s “Top News” vs. “Most Recent”.
Flipboard will allow you to import your feeds from Google Reader, and will also allow you to curate your Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram feeds into one stylish magazine.
Flipboard is available for iOS and Android.