One interesting alternative to Google Reader can be found within Google — one you know won’t be going anywhere: Gmail. With a few steps, you can turn part of your inbox into an RSS reader.
With the demise of Google Reader, we’ve been on a constant mission of trying to find a better way to consume content online. There have been a few options that are something of an anti-RSS reader – they serve the same purpose of an RSS reader, but do so in a very different way. Joining the ranks of these ‘anti-RSS readers’ like Flipboard, Zite and Prismatic,is Nextly.
Google Reader is dead. By July the Internet’s premier RSS service is shutting down forever, leaving users to find a replacement on their own. If you’re looking for an equivalent to Google these are just a few of the web’s best alternatives to Google Reader – one of them is bound to be right for you. If not, wait: we’re sure others will be built in the months to come.
Download your Google Reader feeds – or the individual RSS feed of any website – as an ebook. NewsToeBook is a free service that connects to your Google Account, downloads any feed you like and even marks the things it downloads as read. With output for EPUB and MOBI, it supports basically every eReader on the market, and can even directly convert an RSS feed to an eBook if you’re not a Google Reader user.