Digg, the Betaworks-backed social news-reading site, has finally launched an app for Android. The best part? It includes Digg Reader, a popular Google Reader replacement.
Feedly, one of the best alternatives to the now-defunct Google Reader, has made its Pro version available for anyone who wants to use it.
For Feedly, Google Reader’s impending demise has been nothing but good news.
RSS application Feedly has added more than 500,000 new users in a matter of days following Google’s decision to kill Google Reader.