PC Magazine: Google ‘Follow’ RSS Reader Appears in Chrome’s Stable Release

PC Magazine: Google ‘Follow’ RSS Reader Appears in Chrome’s Stable Release. “Did you mourn the demise of Google Reader? Well, Google is starting to roll out an RSS reader replacement in the latest stable release of the Chrome browser for Android. The experimental feature is called Follow, and it taps the existing RSS format to serve up the latest articles from websites you’d like to read.”

Pocket-Lint: How to use iOS Shortcuts to create a custom RSS reader

Pocket-Lint: How to use iOS Shortcuts to create a custom RSS reader. “RSS readers might seem like an echo from the past, but they can still serve as a powerful tool to read headlines without having to deal with all the other fluff you’d come across when browsing social media to get your information via instead. If you’d like to easily see the latest headlines from your favourite news sources with only a tap of an icon or just a quick summon by Siri, follow along.”

Reclaim the Net: Fraidycat, a tool that pulls websites and social networks into one algorithm-free feed, gets an update

Reclaim the Net: Fraidycat, a tool that pulls websites and social networks into one algorithm-free feed, gets an update. “On the surface, Fraidycat seems like yet another RSS feed reader. Except, thanks to a recent update, Fraidycat can easily become your main window into the online world. In addition to a new dark mode, it now allows you to subscribe to feeds/threads from Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Reddit, GitHub, SoundCloud, Twitch, and Kickstarter, to name a few.” (Wipes drool off keyboard)