The Old Reader: A Convenient RSS Reader Like The Old Google Reader

There are a bunch of online RSS readers available for you to choose from. But if you are feeling nostalgic and would like to try out the old Google Reader, you should visit a website called The Old Reader.

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The Old Reader is a free to use web service that basically helps you stay up-to-date with your RSS feeds. You begin by signing into the web service using your Facebook or Google account. You can optionally add friends who are using The Old Reader. Feeds can be added through their RSS URLs and your feed entries are neatly displayed along with their introductory text.

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Entries you have already seen can be marked as read and you can change the view of the reader to view more entries in the same area.

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You are also shown feed entries shared by your friends on the website along with notes on comments on those entries.

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Mrigakshi

To add on, The Old Reader also equips you with a handful of keyboard shortcuts which helps you save some extra-time while you navigate through the article and of course it also aids you with action buttons such as “like”.
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Dr.Samuel Chandra Kumar

Love the minimalistic look and feel, this could replace my chrome extension as my regular feed-reader.

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Mark Isero

The Old Reader has a clean, simple interface and is easy to use. Right now, it’s pretty slow to load, and I’m wondering if that’s because so many people are checking it out after Google Reader’s demise.

Big questions: Any plans for a phone app? What about other sharing options (like to email or G+ or FB or Twitter)? Right now, I see only Pocket (which is a great touch, by the way). Thanks for this post.