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Google Reader will cease operations on July 1
Google Reader will cease operations on July 1 March 14, 2013
Google announced its many regular cleaning services, and this time the ax fell virtual hangman aggregator RSS Google Reader. For those who for years collected “feeds” and is used to getting information from that service, the loss may seem irreplaceable.
To quote the official announcement:
“We launched Google Reader in 2005 with the intention of facilitating people to search for and store favorite sites. And despite the fact that the product has collected a lot of loyal fans, over time its popularity has fallen. July 1, 2013, we send Google Reader to resign. Users and developers who are interested in alternative RSS aggregators can export your data, including subscriptions, using Google Takeout in the next four months. ”
Recall that the mobile interface Google Reader was released a year from the start of the service (in 2006), and in 2010 released a popular aggregator and platform Android .
Obviously, Google knows what to do, and no matter how sad it was not the company’s decision, in her hands a powerful tool to analyze visitor statistics service. Users are moving away from established forms of content aggregation and flow in social networks. Here alternative Google Reader, apparently, will Google+ and its potential content aggregation.
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