I switched over to feedly on Friday to give it a try - at least Google was nice and gave us some advance notice. So far I am loving it! My true test will come Monday when I am back at work to see how it works on that computer there - since I like to read from work during lunch breaks when I can.
I have been running Bloglovin and Feedly since the big announcement. If I had to choose one or the other right this second I would go with Bloglovin, ease of use. But, I have time, LOL
Hi,Sorry to sound dense but I seem to have missed something here. What is the panic about?I have visited the link and read it all. Not another change, I nearly lost it when my blog would not work because of a change to Google that occured while I was away on holiday! I sorted it but still.......Perhaps I should have another look.Have a good week.xx
I don't get all this, I'm reading thru blogger.com and that's it, shows the blogs I subscribe to and recent posts
When (and if-I'm still trying to be optimistic) Google reader is officially gone, I'll probably go with bloglovin. That's because I don't read blogs in a reader but I like using the next button to browse them in chrome. I can do that with bloglovin but I don't think I can with feedly.
I've made the switch to Feedly and love it!
I've signed up for both but will probably end up with Bloglovin - it's very easy to use and doesn't have the news articles that are showing up on Feedly. I've already sorted my blogs into categories on Bloglovin and it's so similar to Google Reader that I'm very comfortable with it. blessings, marlene
I switched to Feedly today. I really like it so far.
How to claim your blog for either Bloglovin or Feedly?
Vijay from NoshOnIt here - thanks so much for sharing our post and glad you found it useful!
I'm still on the fence about the blog reader that I want to use. I really like the format in Google Reader but then, I am a creature of habit, too. Kim Komando gave "Feedly" a thumbs up. I've read and visited about the fact that Bloglovin's "conditions" actually allow them to SELL & use our email address if we sign up. That really bothers me a lot. How did you decide to go with Feedly, Jane?
I like feedly for iPad but if someone signs up with GFC will it automatically go to whatever reader they chose for themselves or do we have to stop using GFC? Otherwise, do we ask them to sign up for our blog through another source? I am still kind of confused about how it effects the blog. Thanks
Thanks for the link to the great article. I have been waiting to see the reviews before making the BIG switch. Silly Google for shutting down my favourite program.
I'm trying both Feedly and Bloglovin and when the time comes, I will probably have to make a decision between one or the other. I really like the Feedly android app. Thanks for sharing a link for the article.
I always love to hear your thoughts!