AOL Reader is now official, and although it looks like a Google Reader a bit, it comes with better typography. If you prefer images over typography, there’s also Cards view that uses similar interface as Pinterest or Google+. With AOL Reader you can easily tag and save articles for later, or you can quickly share them over social networks, and if you’re a developer, there’s an available API, so you can create third party apps. After creating your account, you can easily add feeds, or you can import your OPML XML file from Google Reader.
AOL Reader sounds like an interesting alternative to Google Reader, and in addition to web version, there’s iOS version available as well, so if you’re looking for new RSS reader, AOL Reader might be perfect for you.