Google Reader Beta: Google RSS Reader

Oct 7, 2005 • 1:26 pm | comments (2) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Other Google Topics
 

Google just made an RSS reader... Google Reader seems to be some sort of RSS reader. It has a very unique interface and its pretty cool.

You basically type in the content or site you are looking for and then subscribe to it. It will update its news via RSS, like all the other popular RSS readers. Google has a tour at http://www.google.com/reader/things/tour and the Google Reader FAQs.

Very cool user interface...

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Discussion taking place at Cre8asite Forums & WebmasterWorld.

Update: Just located the press release at Googles Press Center which says, "Today Google announced a web-based feed reader called Google Reader at the Web 2.0 conference in San Francisco." And Chris Sherman just blogged it and we are expecting comments from Gary Price shortly. Google Blog entry posted as well, just now.

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Comments:

Jessu

10/09/2005 07:26 am

Seems google had overused ajax in this, that is causing many errors as of now... As of now I will stick on with <a href="http://www.feedfeeds.com">FeedFeeds</a> that gives me more flexibility.

Adrian Lee

10/11/2005 01:47 pm

As I've just said at cre8asite, I'm nto keen on the way it works. Looks very nice and things happen smoothly, but it just doesn't help me deal with my feeds better than Bloglines does. I don't like having to click on individual posts, as it makes skimming over irrelevant posts more difficult and makes keeping up with 70+ feeds a lot more difficult.

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