AOL prepares an alternative to Google Reader
Google Reader will cease to exist as of July 1 and some companies like Digg or Feedly already have a replacement for those who used it for years. A third is added to the list of options and is neither more nor less than AOL, who is about to announce its alternative simply called AOL Reader.
The company has already launched a page with a message indicating that it is in closed beta, but the site The Next Web managed to capture the phrase “All your favorite websites in one place” before the site was changed. Similarly rummaging through the CSS site was found to be optimized for mobile devices and provide support for LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and Google+.
Outside of that not have more concrete data, so we have to wait the official announcement of AOL. Until three hours was receiving AOL Reader for testing applications closed, however at the time of publication, the buttons have been removed from the home page .AOL, AOL Reader, Futurología, Futurology, Google Reader, RSS Feed