So, here's what to use instead: Digg Reader, the long-awaited RSS reader from the minds behind the relaunched Digg.com, is finally available.That's good in some ways--it's fast and simple--but those looking for some of the more advanced Reader features may have to look elsewhere. Luckily this is not that hard to do; you can export your feeds from Google Reader and then import them with any of the services/apps on this list. It's got nice apps for the web, Android, i Phone, and i Pad, it looks like Google Reader, albeit a slightly uglier/busier version, and it even has some cool bonus features, like the ability to see the original page rather than an extracted feed.Hello, we’d like to address this issue with couple ways to do when one of your feeds is not updating.
By saving RSS Feeds to an Outlook Data File (.pst) on your computer, your RSS Feed content does not use your server space allotment.
Neither Microsoft nor Outlook can assist you if your access is suspended or banned by an RSS Feed publisher.
In most cases, you do not need to change where RSS Feeds are saved.
It's certainly pretty, but the new look won't be for every ex-Reader (Reader-er?
): there's less info on the screen, which gives more weight to individual stories and makes it harder to skim.