Dude, check out Newsblur. That's where I migrated to when Google Reader was taken behind the barn by Google. It's great, and I am still paying only $1/month as I have since I signed up. Source: about 1 month ago
NewsBlur - I'm on a paid plan since I'm a packrat with almost 700 feeds. It is a pretty busy interface but has tons of functionality. Their mobile app is also pretty good. https://newsblur.com/. - Source: Hacker News / 5 months ago
It sure didn't help, but I agree that Google Reader's death didn't kill blogs themselves; the decline has been pretty steady (Reader was killed in 2013): https://trends.google.com/trends/explore?date=all&geo=US&q=rss,blog I also agree that RSS is still worth it. I am a happy subscriber to Newsblur: https://newsblur.com/ Indeed, the mess that is Twitter is giving me hope that we'll see a comeback of people... - Source: Hacker News / 6 months ago
Almost everyone here recommends Inoreader, which is understandable: it's the most powerful RSS reader. I respect Inoreader, but I prefer ten times the UX of Newsblur, which is open source and feautured packed if you are a power user (but you can use it as a normal RSS reader). Source: 7 months ago
Https://newsblur.com/ is what I use for years. Incredibly good and pretty much in the vein of the old Google Reader. Source: 8 months ago
I bounced around between a few other RSS readers after Google Reader was shut down, and eventually stuck to NewsBlur. I still use it. The biggest thing that sets it apart for me is that you can have it highlight or hide stories based on keywords. Source: 9 months ago
Omg they built their own chat system lolololololol. They're so smart, but where is the wisdom? Thanks for the link! This development concept makes a lot of sad sense. (RIP google reader, long live Newsblur). Source: 10 months ago
Https://newsblur.com/ comes pretty close for me though. Source: 11 months ago
I tried it when they started, it was a sluggish mess that also did not use the browser cache correctly. Maybe I noticed because I had thousands of RSS feeds, I dunno. Granted, that was a decade ago so I hope they improved it since. I stick to https://newsblur.com/. It has it's quirks but is way, way faster (two days ago a redesign came out that makes it so fast I feel like I'm using the old Google Reader again). - Source: Hacker News / 11 months ago
It's about two thirds of the way down the page of https://newsblur.com/ (when you're not logged in). Paid account is US$36/year. You can sign up with a free try-before-you-buy account to give it a go first, though. - Source: Hacker News / 11 months ago
Every day, thanks to https://newsblur.com. - Source: Hacker News / 11 months ago
Https://newsblur.com It's an online service. It has features to extract the whole story from the source website, and to automatically filter feed items according to title, author, tags etc. There are android and iOS apps available; at least the Android one is opensource. One can self-host it, but at $36/year it's almost worth it paying the author to avoid the hassle. - Source: Hacker News / about 1 year ago
Hi, access to newsblur.com has been restored. Thank you for your patience! Source: about 1 year ago
Hacker deleted all of NewsBlur’s Mongo data and is now holding the data hostage\ (274 comments). Source: almost 2 years ago
You can use newsblur.com with some free features and for all the features there is the premium version. Source: about 2 years ago
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