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  1. It’s worth noting that, if you import your Google Reader subscription to Feedly, it will continue to keep that going even after Reader shuts down. Feedly announced that they will be using their Normandy project for a seamless transition.

    • Yes; I wouldn’t have switched to Feedly if it would have remained dependent on Google Reader.

  2. I use the Reeder app on my iPad which relies on GR, good to know they will still work. I was a little nervous.

    • Several of the best apps relied on Google Reader. Some will survive the transition fine; others are shutting down. As far as I know, all the ones I linked to above plan to survive the transition.

  3. Yes… I was sooooo disappointed when I read the news. I too have switched to Feedly. Still trying to get used to it though.

    • If you go to the Feedly preferences window and switch to the full articles view, it will look and act a whole lot more like Google Reader.