AOL Unveils Simple and Fast Reader ➢

AOL Reader

Gizmodo:

With Google Reader ready to tap out, it seems like everyone is keen to throw their hat into the feed reader ring. The latest offering is from AOL and it’s simple, fast and lacking any unique features—though that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

A simple RSS reader, it seems designed to make the transition from Google as straightforward as possible. Housed within a browser window, it’s simple, unfussy and certainly looks quite a lot like Google’s old faithful—though it’s a little more cluttered and has dark and light themes. You’re essentially looking at a column full of folders and viewing pane. And an ad. Obviously.

Google Reader shuts down on 1st July.

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