New alternatives to Google Reader appear to be profliferating as we await the July 1 cut-off for Google's much-loved-but-definitely-departing RSS reader. Business content curation service Curata has launched a limited beta for its own Reader replacement, which it plans to release in May.
There's not much detail on the planned feature set, but Curata's blog post says it will offer more intelligent curation and suggestions. You can sign up via the link below, but the developers say they will only accept the first 10,000 applicants. Right now I'm fairly happy with Feedly, but I've signed up for this as well to check it out.