Just installed the iOS9 beta on my old iPhone and discovered that Moultrie Creek Gazette already shows up in Apple News. You have to search for it but it’s there! This platform uses RSS feeds to pull in content from their news sources, making it easier to choose just exactly what you want in your…… Continue reading Apple News Beta
I have given up on Feedly. I find it clunky and irritating. My news reader of choice prior to Google Reader’s demise was the Reeder app for Mac and iOS. It was simple, elegant and efficient. Reeder is working to replace its Google synch capabilities using Feedly’s sync API. The iPhone app has been updated,…… Continue reading Flipboard as News Reader
Looks like I wasn’t the only one paying attention to Yahoo’s shopping spree . . . Suppose that when you stumble upon an interesting blog post, you could click a “Follow on Yahoo” button, much the way you’d tweet a link or “Like” the post on Facebook. Clicking this “Follow on Yahoo” button would then…… Continue reading More Yahoo speculation
It still needs some work, but Feedly now gives you the ability to export your subscription list as an OPML file. Details via The Digital Reader.
It’s getting to be crunch time as Google Reader’s July 1st shut down is almost upon us. If you’re still looking for news reading options, here’s a quick rundown. Feedly has moved quickly to grab the RSS feed management market. They have just released Feedly Cloud, their own web-based news client, and are currently migrating…… Continue reading News Reader Update
If you use Google Reader and haven’t yet chosen a new service, you’re running out of time, as Google is finally shutting everything down on July 1. Feedly is the best alternative I’ve seen so far, and this move to the cloud shows that the company is very interested in not only grabbing Google’s refugees,…… Continue reading Feedly launches cloud service