If you depend on an RSS reader to keep up with the latest news from your favourite websites and are still wondering what to do when Google shuts down their Google Reader service. You might be pleased to learn that the Feedly Cloud has today gone live and is now ready to use.
The Feedly Cloud has been designed to take the place of Google Reader when it closes on July 1st and will provide a fast and scalable alternative to the popular Google Reader service.
Signing up for a Feedly account will enable you to seamlessly transfer all your Google Reader entries over to the new Feedly Cloud service and the Feedly cloud also comes with its own completely stand-alone Web version that supports all major browsers.
“Feedly cloud is amazingly fast, and has been built to scale. It is currently processing over 25 million feeds and crunching through billions of articles published everyday.
We have also been collaborating with developers of other reader applications to build a simple and ultra fast API to feedly cloud. This means you will have a fast growing collection of awesome apps to expand your feedly cloud experience.”
For more information on the new Feedly Cloud jump over to the Feedly website for details.
Source: FeedlyFiled Under: Technology News