Yesterday after eight years, Google closed the doors on Google Reader. The worlds most popular RSS aggregator now no longer works, and Google will delete all data from Google Reader in a couple of weeks.
You have until the 15th of July to get your data out of Google Reader, after that you will no longer be able to export your data and RSS feeds using Google’s takeout tool.
All Google Reader subscription data (eg. lists of people that you follow, items you have starred, notes you have created, etc.) will be systematically deleted from Google servers. You can download a copy of your Google Reader data via Google Takeout until 12PM PST July 15, 2013.
You can find out more details on how to retrieve your Google Reader data before the 15th of July over at the Google reader Blog.Filed Under: Technology News, Top News