Replying to @rdstoll @thedextriarchy
I initially went from Google Reader to @feedly but I wasn't satisfied with their filtering capabilities to screen out junk. I'm using @Inoreader now and quite happy with it. A little more complex to set up but more flexible.
So I'm giving @inoreader a try since @feedly decided to start shoving ads at me, seems okay so far
Replying to @feedly
Uh, maybe, not... I'm sorry. I just opted for @inoreader; it offers more for free and feels more like @AOLReader.
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