What We Gonna Do?!

Very sad to learn that Google Reader is going away.  I literally log into reader about 10 times a day at a minimum.  Google Reader is how I keep up with all the blogs I follow.  It’s like a trusted friend.  Always bringing me little goodies just when I need it.  And now I have to find a new friend. :(

I need suggestions for other services which will provide me the same functionality as Google Reader.


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14 Responses to What We Gonna Do?!

  1. Disco Diva says:

    There is something called theoldreader.com that is supposed to be similar to google.

  2. Dani says:

    I definitely feel your pain, I’m interested in any suggestions as well. I’ve seen good info about other apps, but I’m interested in a website.

  3. K says:

    I feel like I’m floundering.

  4. Petite Pearl says:

    I’m sad too. I keep my reader open all day long. It’s my window to the real world.

  5. Tiffany In Houston says:

    I’m pissed! I need an app that has a mobile version too..

    I’m seeing feedly and netvibes being mentioned a lot, along with oldreader.com

  6. Serenity23 says:

    Reader is the only way I read blogs ~sad face~ I can’t imagine having to click through each blog to read it daily. I also keep it up during my workday and am always happy to see new posts!

  7. Shari says:

    This is heartbreaking news :( … I’ll be taking notes for alternatives…

  8. Tarsha! says:

    This was very wall slide worthy!! I signed up with BlogLovin a few minutes ago…going to test it for a week then test some others I’ve seen mentioned until I find one I like I guess

  9. Keish says:

    Great post. I’m going to try oldreader.com I guess. *sigh*

  10. Sasha says:

    Bloglovin is how I read my blogs. There’s a website and app for it. Read blogs on your phone or at work/PC at home.

  11. Kerry says:

    I second the bloglovin’

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