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#1 brightwing


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Posted 04 April 2013 - 07:48 PM

Where individual feed folders can be say, bookmarked and all the feeds in it displayed – with no signing in involved. Like, this.


I’ve been looking for something to replace my Google Reader feed bundles after the announcement. So far, I can’t seem to find anything with similar functionality to it. I’d be really grateful if guys can help me find one..


I have a low-end phone from which I used to view feeds from the bookmarked bundles. Typing passwords in its keypad is incredibly tedious – which most of the Readers demand.


Also, please nothing that you need to install either. Old java based phones can barely work Opera 4. And it’d also be really great if the Reader can import subscriptions from Google Reader too. Thanks for reading.



Edit: I suppose it is difficult to find RSS readers that don’t ask you to sign in.. Forget about that part then - did you guys see any places that would just let you bookmark folders of feeds? That would be just so amazing. 


If you used to use Google Reader like me, what did you switch into?

Edited by brightwing, 04 April 2013 - 07:56 PM.

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#2 frankp316


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Posted 05 April 2013 - 04:32 AM

I switched to nothing. I moved all my feeds to Twitter. Because a lot of RSS readers used the Google API, they are closing. One that is remaining open is Feedly. I also saw on Lifehacker that you can use Tiny Tiny RSS to create your own RSS feed. 

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