You probably split your time between reading news feeds and the links your friends share on social networks. FlowReader combines all of those articles into one interface for easy reading.
FlowReader is free, and importing your feeds from Google Reader is as simple as logging in via Google. You’ll need to grant FlowReader basic access to your Google account in order for the import to take place. From there, you can connect your Twitter or Facebook accounts to bring in your social streams and keep up with your friends (and what they’re sharing) in the same view.
It’s worth noting that FlowReader isn’t a Twitter/Facebook reader and RSS reader in one — you can use it that way, but clicking the “Social” header on the left just gives you a list of stories shared by your friends, just as if it was another RSS feed. Your feeds update in real time, and while FlowReader doesn’t have mobile apps or a mobile site, it does allow you to organise your feeds, add and remove them, star items for future reading, and share them with friends on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Tumblr and over a dozen other services.
Hit the link below to give FlowReader a try. It’s fast, free and available now.