I’m a big fan of Google Reader, but there are a bunch of other great RSS readers out there.
Here’s a nifty collection of RSS readers you may not know about:
Desktop-based feed reader for Windows.
An RSS reader based on Ajax. Very simple, clean interface.
Organize, save, and share all your favorite feeds — and it’s completely free.
Fastladder claims to help you read the most amount of feeds in the shortest time-frame.
Allows you aggregate RSS feeds like a typical reader – and allows you to leave comments on blog posts without leaving the site.
Get your RSS feeds sent directly to your Windows desktop. Requires Microsoft Windows.
A desktop-based feed reader. It’s like a feed reader in Microsoft Outlook.
Free online feed reader that lets you save items locally and covert posts to PDF or print format.
Organize your feeds into folders, share with friends, save your favorites, and add notes to any post you want. My favorite.
It automatically stores all your feeds locally, so you have access to the feeds even if the site is down. It also integrates nicely into Bloglines.com.
It’s a personal page like Netvibes that has a SpeedFeed Reader application.
A typical personalized page (a la iGoogle) where you can add feeds of your favorite sites.
A personalized page that allows you to add your RSS feeds.
A clean-lookin’ personalized page that allows you subscribe to feeds. I have several friends who like using Netvibes because of the sweet interface.
A web-based feed reader that is Mobile/PDA enabled.
The site offers a free web-based RSS feed reader – and a desktop version that integrates into Microsoft Office.
A simple RSS reader – similar to Google Reader.
A nice lightweight RSS feed reader extension for Firefox.
A free RSS feed reader for your MAC desktop.
Visually-appealing RSS feed reader that lets you scroll through feeds with your mouse wheel.
And if you don’t know how RSS readers work, here’s a great video that shows you the benefits of subscribing to your favorite web content:
Please let me know of any others that I missed.
I’ll be glad to add them here.
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