TECH NEWS: Alliance of several applications to read extracts to replace Google Reader

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Alliance of several applications to read extracts to replace Google Reader

Alliance of several applications to read extracts to replace Google Reader



feedly cloud alliance of several applications to read extracts to replace Google Reader
As we know it with the first of July next closing date service Google Reader to read abstracts, and at the same time several companies working on the launch or improve the application of an alternative to be ready to accept all users of Google Reader.
The nightmare greatest application developers depend on the interface code for Backlinks Reader where stop with stop the service, so I started service Feedly providing interface software alternative in cooperation and companies with several application developers RSS, including Reeder, Press, Nextgen Reader, Newsify and gReader.
These companies will support the interface and applications software for Feedly company before to shut down Google faced code. This means that users who deal with Google Reader will be able to easily transition to these applications without losing their previous contributions.
And is the interface code for Feedly part of the project, calling it the Normandy, which works to find an alternative to the less efficient the interface code for Bekhme Google, and is now working Feedly interface on the Google App Engine platform. The project supports the feed reading applications for Feedly on various platforms and systems Kalondroad and iOS and Chrome, Safari and Firefox.
When the project was launched for the first time made more than 100 companies and developers to join him, but today Feedly reveal these names only as a down payment from the alliance, and is expected to add more applications and developers later.
Feedly is working to add several updates and improvements that will develop alternative service, especially in terms of speed bring extracts from subscriptions as well as improved search feeds and system support for Windows 8 and Windows Phone, and improvement in the collective participation and others.