Digg Reader launched in beta

On June 29, 2013, in Applications, Softwares and Tools, by Mike Jefferson

Google Reader will be shutting down soon, and we already got AOL Reader as an alternative, but it seems that there is another RSS reader on the market.



Digg Reader was launched in beta, and if you’re a Google Reader user, you can continue where you left off simply by connecting via Google account. Digg Reader uses the similar shortcuts as Google Reader, and you can also easily Digg and like posts. In addition, you can save posts to read later services, or you can share the article you like over social networks. As for the reading part, there are two views, List or Expanded view, and there’s a search bar for adding feeds as well.

We have to congratulate the development team for building Digg Reader in just three months time. Although Digg Reader is in beta, we’re positive that development team will introduce new features soon. Digg Reader is available to desktop and iOS users, and we’re expecting to see Android version someday in July.

[via PCMag]

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