What did you choose to replace Google Reader?

stylor

This is The End - after July 1, no more Google Reader (sniff, sniff). So if you haven’t exported your Reader data yet, time is short. Very, very short. What did people end up choosing as their replacement? I went with Feedly, but I’m still going to miss Google Reader.

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jimlynch
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I'd probably go for Feedly, but I haven't bothered at this point. I don't miss Google Reader at all.

Janet Pruden Barnes
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I loaded Digg onto my iPhone today. No opinion to express as of yet, but based on the daily Digg email I receive, I expect gr8 results☆ `•.¸.•

mstrauss
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Feedly is probably the best alternative that I've found. I actually tried AOL Reader....ugh, stick with Feedly. 

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