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Zombie Reader Browses Your Archived Google Reader Data

Whether you’re feeling nostalgic for the bygone era of Google Reader, or you legitimately need to read through your RSS feeds, Zombie Reader is a tool that lets you do just that. Zombie Reader works with the previously mentioned Reader is Dead, and gives you a chance to read the archives you downloaded before.


Reader Is Dead Pulls Out All The Google Reader Data That Takeout Won't

We’ve shown you how to get your Google Reader data now that the service is dead, but it doesn’t give you all the data you may want. If you really want to sweep up all that information, Reader is Dead is a tool that helps you do just that.


The Final Day To Grab Your Data From Google Reader Is July 15

The final day to grab your data from Google Reader is July 15, 2013. If you haven’t already, make sure you grab your data from Google Takeout before then.


Read Your Exported Google Reader Items With This Web App

With Google Reader closing in just a few days, it may be time to export your data. Services like Feedly are already building migration tools, but if you just want to look at the data, this tiny web app has you covered.


The Best New Features Feedly Has Added For Google Reader Switchers

In the last few months, Feedly has been working tirelessly to please the Google Reader crowd. If you haven’t looked at Feedly in a while, there are some changes you might have missed.


Digg's iOS App Gets Support For Digg Reader

iOS: Digg’s iOS app has been updated to include the newly launched Digg Reader. This includes the ability to import your current Google Reader feeds right into the app.


Google Reader Is Shutting Down; Here Are The Best Alternatives

Google is closing Google Reader’s doors on July 1, which means you’ll need to find a new way to get your news fix. Here are the services you should check out, and how to export all your feeds and put them into a new reader.


Feedly Launches A Standalone Webapp, No Extension Necessary

Feedly is one of our favourite RSS readers, but it was limited to a browser extension until now. Today, Feedly is launching Feedly Cloud, the completely standalone web version of Feedly.


Feedly's Migration To Its New RSS Server Has Begun, Is Messy

Good news: RSS-tracking service Feedly has begun migrating users onto its own servers — a necessary move since we’re less from a fortnight away from Google Reader switching off entirely. Bad news: when you migrate, you’ll find your unread articles count reset, and the service may misplace your saved articles as well.


Feedly Opens Up Normandy API To Other Apps

Feedly has been very popular with Lifehacker readers as a replacement for Google Reader, which has less than a month to live now. To get around that problem, Feedly is developing its own API for when Google kills Reader off for good. If you’re a fan of alternate readers such as Reeder, Press or gReader, you’ll now also be able to access the Feedly API.