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Digg Reader web, iOS apps are open for the public

28 June 2013 No Comment

As we stand on the precipice of the shutdown of Google Reader the search for replacement RSS clients is more frantic than ever, and now Digg has opened access to its app for any users interested. Currently available on the web and as an iOS app (Android coming soon), importing ones Google account is just a few mouse clicks away. The experience as it exists now is pretty barebones, and Digg says it plans to add a “View unread items only” option, “Mark as unread” button and the always crucial “accurate” unread counts for feeds and folders in the near future. Hit the source link below to give it a shot, and then let us know if it’s a contender for the throne.

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Source: Digg Blog

Via Engadget

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