Feedly and Digg reader seems to have User Interface and ease of use that are good Google Reader replacements

1. Digg reader seems to have a user interface that is more like the Google reader immediately after it imports the Google reader settings.

2. Feedly has some easy configurations to allow for organization by subscription and several other views such as magazine style.

3. The old reader requires that you get the subscription.xml file.

You can download the zip file of a backup of google reader from the google.com/takout Then unzip the backup and get the subscription.xml file.

Upon uploading the file to theoldereader, the initial settings is to list all of the unread items together instead of organizing them by subscription.

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