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Popular services like Twitter, Dropbox, YouTube and Wikipedia generally have their own apps on various mobile and desktop platforms -- but sometimes third-party developers swoop in and make better alternatives. Here are some prime examples of where the unofficial software works better than the "authorised version".

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Hey Lifehacker, I like reading my news using Feedly (not that Google Reader is RIP). For Australian headlines I have tried a number of news sites but find that they repeat articles and flood too many at me. The result is that I don't read the articles and I eventually unsubscribe. If I was only getting twenty or so headlines a day I would stay subscribed and know more than nothing about current affairs. Do you have any suggestions for me?

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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.