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Google keeps coming out with things and I find it hard to just keep up with them. What is the google reader.
Google Reader is a Web-based aggregator, Capable of reading Atom and RSS reeds. It was released by Google on October 7, 2005 through Google Labs. Reader was graduated from beta status on September 17, 2007.
(d) Offline access
(e) Mobile access
(g) Mozilla integration
4. External links
Hi Nicholas B Davis,
Imagine to this situation: you read many websites per day: news, blogs … Each website has its own schedule to update. Some update once a day, some update many times in day, and others update whenever the writers want. So, how can you check these websites every day without losing your time if there is nothing new?
In order to make readers feel comfortable, most websites now have RSS (Rich Site Summary) feed. That means the website owners list their updates in some styles or subjects. Google reader allows you to subscribe to these feed, and it often checks for new information.
Therefore, instead of visiting many websites as usual, now you just only login to Google reader, and Google reader will show you that sites have updated. Then you decide to view update in reader or go to that website.
For more information, Google reader developed by Google, and you can sign in here: www.google.com/reader
Hope this helps