As the demise of Google Reader gets closer, users are finding that most of the new RSS feed readers lack a seemingly simple feature: search.
Google Reader is closing up shop on July 1, but have no worries, plenty of alternatives are popping up. Today, AOL announced AOL Reader. Facebook reported that it too is working on a news aggregator. And in two days, Digg’s new reader will make its debut.
Here are some other Google Reader replacements:
- LinkedIn’s Pulse
- Google Currents
- The Old Reader
- Managing News
What have you used to replace Google Reader?
Daily Fast Feed Roundup
Happy Monday! Here’s a quick rundown of what you need to know today:
- Now you can use Google Street View to see the view from the top of the world’s highest building, the Burj Khalifa tower in Dubai.
- Former South African president Nelson Mandela is still in critical condition with a lung infection, says President Zuma.
- From our NSA secret surveillance tracker: Whistleblower Edward Snowden was expected to take a plane to Havana today, but at the time of takeoff, he was nowhere to be found.
- Australian lawmakers hold off on plans to track and store phone call and email data after NSA surveillance scandal raises privacy concerns worldwide.
- Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has its top managers squirming with his plan to restructure the company.
- Facebook is working on its own news reader. Watch out for our Google Reader replacement roundup later today.
- The FTC is investigating Google’s purchase of the Israeli social navigation firm Waze after consumer groups and tech experts raise concerns.