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    I could not be more bummed that Google Reader will become unavailable on July 1. Can anyone recommend a different RSS aggregator that you love?

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    Comments

    1. Peter Schott says:

      There are a handful of sites discussing alternatives – Lifehacker.com has something up.

      From what I can see, Feedly.com is really trying to support users through the transition. I used them before, but really appreciate most of the Google Reader interface and the apps I use to access them on other platforms in a friendly manner. In the meantime, switching back to Feedly while trying to figure out what other options are available.

      One thing to note is that a lot of these other RSS reader sites are experiencing heavier than normal traffic. Even Feedly noted they had to increase their bandwidth after Google’s announcement.

      • Chief Family Officer says:

        Thanks, Peter! I tried Feedly years ago and didn’t really like it, but I may have to try again …

    2. People were passing around links to theoldreader.com yesterday. It looks promising, but it’s hard to know who will be able to support the weight of the transferring traffic.

    3. Yes, me too! Cant believe they are retiring Google Reader. Would like your recommendations.

      • Chief Family Officer says:

        It’s early days yet … I’m hoping for something awesome to come along. Will keep you posted :)

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