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Digg wants to develop Google Reader Clone

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Digg wants to develop Google Reader Clone

The social bookmarking provider Digg has announced The Development of a clone of the Google Reader. Within The company’s blog asks the workforce for lend a hand and remarks.

On The Grounds That Google has announced the tip of Google Reader, users had express criticism far and wide the internet . A petition to preserve the RSS reader on Exchange.org now has greater than 90,000 supporters. This wave of protest ride now the makers of the social bookmarking provider Digg: Within The company weblog to announce it to increase a clone of Google Reader. It must be completed prior to the unique phashing out.

The Development of an RSS reader was deliberate anyway, writes the Digg team. Given the up to date changes, the major mission now stand first on the to-do record. Digg is confident to complete The Development work previous to the phashing out of the Google Reader.

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9 Comments to “Digg wants to develop Google Reader Clone”

  1. Rishabh Bajpai // April 21, 2013 at 7:06 am // Reply

    I am really nuts about BBC programmes and after long last decided to listen to the podcasts from BBC. I have a lot of feeds on my google reader page from the website of the BBC but I can’t see how I can take these from my computer to the MP3 player. How can I ‘download’ these podcasts on my computer and /or MP3 player? Where are the files of these podcasts?

  2. Jermaine J // April 23, 2013 at 1:54 am // Reply

    How do you “mark as read” in google reader?

  3. ConfusionnaJob // April 25, 2013 at 8:56 pm // Reply

    I want to be able to read my rss stories in Google Reader from my iphone. Is there an app that I can trust giving my gmail password?

  4. Hotshot t // May 23, 2013 at 3:41 am // Reply

    I roll through a lot of my blogs via Google Reader at work. Most of what I look at is related to my work, some of it isn’t. If my network guys took an interest in me, what would they see? A lot of time in Google Reader, or every blog that Google Reader is set to tap? If they can see everything, is there a way to prevent that? Short of setting up a proxy server (though not ruled out as an option)… Thanks!

  5. Gmail, Calender and Documents were all pretty straightforward but I can’t find the option readily available on Google Reader – Help? Thanks.

  6. Arminator // May 29, 2013 at 2:06 am // Reply

    Are there any that would be able to import my subscribed Google Reader RSS’s?

  7. Hi all

    How do i get Yahoo answers to feed into my Google reader for subjects i am interested in?

    Thanks

  8. I would like to syndicate my Wodpress blog, so that people can read it in Google reader or any other RSS reader.

    I didn’t see any settings in the wp-admin area of WordPress and none of the plugins I searched for seemed to be applicable. How do people normally turn their blog pages into RSS feeds?

  9. Flash Funk // June 8, 2013 at 11:47 pm // Reply

    So ever since Blooger did its whole revamp thing I can’t get blogs to leave my reading list. Thus I delete them out of Google Reader but they come back whenever I go to blogger.com. Also, whenever I hit the ‘Stop Following This Blog’ button in Blogger, they don’t actually leave the list. I can’t find anything on the web about this post-revamp. Am I doing something wrong?

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