Google Reader has finally died. It is sad but Google was not innovating enough in this space. Now the company can focus on things it does better. RSS is not dying though. In fact, many of us will continue to rely on it to keep up with our favorite blogs. Feedbin happens to be a fairly popular RSS reader tool. It is a premium service with its own API. If you are paying for this service, you may as well use these Feedbin apps to get the most out of it:
Reeder: one of the most beautiful RSS reader apps around. Now that Google Reader is gone, you can use Feedbin to sync your feeds. The app is available for OS X and iPad too.
Favs: helps you manage your favorites across different networks. It supports Facebook, Flickr, Feedbin, Dribbble, and many other popular services.
Bulletin for Feedbin: an iPhone application designed to help you keep up with your Feedbin feeds. It offers 2 way syncing with Feedbin. You can view up to 1000 unread items.
Readlines: perfect for those of you who prefer to use a minimalist RSS reader to keep track of your feeds. Readlines can be configured to automatically rotate through your news.
Slow Feeds: this elegant RSS reader syncs with Feedbin and NewsBlur. Makes tracking high and low volume feeds easy. This universal app looks even better on iPads.
Feedbin is one of many services people are using to consume their RSS feeds now that Google Reader is gone. It is not perfect but better than nothing.
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