Feedly, one of the most popular RSS readers, has added functionalities to replace some of the actions users used to be able to do with Google Reader, like hosting feed subscriptions and offering a fully functional IFTTT channel. Digg will soon launch its own freemium-model reader this week, and AOL recently joined the club by releasing their own RSS reader. Dozens of smaller tech names are also promoting their services; it is a mad house out there in the RSS world.
With so many companies pushing their tickets into your hands, how can you decide which RSS train to ride?
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RSS Reader Comparison
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