When Google announced they’d be shutting down Reader this July, Feedly really stepped up to the plate. Despite being around for years now, Feedly has just recently caught fire. Promising continued support and seamless migration after Reader is dead and gone, some 3 million new users have flocked to Feedly since Google reported the end ... Read More »
We all knew it was coming, and now Google has made it official. Starting July 1, 2013, Google will finally power down Google Reader. It’s not a very popular product, but Google Reader is still one of the most used RSS readers on Android devices. Google has said that users have four months ... Read More »
Last year, when Google tried to purchase the innovative content reader application Flipboard, they were greeted with a confident decline. With a $200 million valuation and over 4 million downloads so far, it’s clear why Flipboard thinks they can be plenty successful on their own. But that decision may come back to haunt ... Read More »
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Twitter might have replaced RSS as the main service that people use to get their news feeds, but there’s still a good portion of us (especially bloggers) that will never give up our RSS feeds.
We’ve been begging Google for a native version of Reader ever since Android was released, but it was starting to look ... Read More »
UPDATE: It seems there is an overwhelming amount of requests to my6sense’s servers, causing users to have trouble downloading the application. my6sense is aware of the issue, and hopefully you should be able to download my6sense shortly.
With the rapid expansion of the internet over the last few decades, we now have a tremendous amount ... Read More »
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More and more, Android users are using their phones as a way to keep up with the latest news and information that matters to them. As one of these users, I have been frustrated by the lack of a ... Read More »
Visually rich RSS feed reading.
RSS was invented for Android. There are many benefits of RSS for desktop users, but its true potential is realized on the Android mobile platform. Some readers may have never used RSS or even know what it stands for. Read along as I show you how to set it up and explain ... Read More »