5 Blog RSS Aggregator Alternatives for Google Reader

March 18, 2013 8:55 am0 comments

Google Currents


Set up to read more like a magazine than an actual news feed, Currents allows users to organize and share their usual news and entertainment sources while also aggregating breaking news headlines broken down in to general categories (world, sports, politics, etc).

Currents is designed for touch devices, promoting a “swipeable magazine format” that’s both phone and tablet-friendly. As Google readies to do away with Reader, Currents is becoming a viable replacement, especially as it integrates with Reader (as well it should).

If you’re hard-stuck on remaining with a Google product, then Currents will be your next best thing.


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Laura Whitener
Laura Whitener is the managing editor of Firmology, technology focused news and insight for small business owners and online entrepreneurs. Laura graduated from DePaul’s notable Master of Writing and Publishing program in Chicago. She survives on coffee, apples, and Pandora. When she isn't editing or writing, Laura enjoys knitting, adding to her massive book collection, and culinary adventures. You can find Laura on Twitter and LinkedIn.
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