Google Reader is shutting down on July 1st. That much you probably know, but if you’re a Reader user have you found a replacement yet? Earlier, we gave you a look at five candidates for the job, and now we’re going to revisit the subject and see what else might be out there.
If you’re a do-it-yourselfer and into hosting your own website, you could self-host your own reader by grabbing the free open source TinyTinyRSS and using its Android client on your mobile device.
RSS Owl and Feedreader
News360, Flipboard, Google Currents and Pulse
News360, Flipboard, Google Currents and Pulse all take RSS feeds and display them in a highly visual format. Unfortunately, you can’t load your own personal, hand-picked feeds into News360 or Currents.
Feedly has gotten a lot of buzz and for good reason. You can pull your Google Reader feeds straight into it and it feels very similar to the interface you were used to.
Old Reader is my number one pick. It’s pretty much exactly what you got with Google Reader. Simplicity, no unneeded extras, and easy importing of your feeds.