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Feedspot

Feedspot

Feedspot is a social feed reader. It compiles news feeds from a variety of online sources based on topic or website, which the user can customize and share with users of various social networks.

It is a solid Google Reader replacement.

Feedspot offers a fast, easy, simple, and intuitive way to keep up with all your favorite websites in one place.

 Feedspot

Price
Free to use
Premium Account available

Developer
Feedspot

Website
www.feedspot.com

Support Sites:
Blog, Twitter, Facebook

Selected Reviews:
TechCrunch, WebProNews

Features include:

  • Get RSS feed for all your favorites, shared items, tags and folders
  • Library of feeds to select to help get you started
  • Powerful search
  • Fast pageloads
  • Tagging - provide a way for you to organize items of interest
  • Folder organization - any individual feed can be in one folder, multiple folders, or none at all
  • Keyboard shortcuts
  • List view & Expanded view
  • Sort by recent, sort by oldest
  • Advanced filters:
    • Search within the feeds you follow
    • See only results from specific feeds
    • Search in the title only
    • Exact phrase searches
  • Automatically post your Favorites to Facebook, Twitter, Pocket, Bufferapp, Readability, Instapaper, Evernote and more
  • Share your folders with your friends, family and co-workers
  • Follow friends and see interesting items shared by them. Share external links, images (including gifs) and YouTube clips with your followers
  • Customize homepage newsfeed
  • Group Sharing
  • Import subscriptions from other sources
  • Multilanguage support

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