The State of Online Feed Readers over at TechCrunch has Frank Gruber taking a look at several online feed reading services, along with a big hunking chart o' features. Interestingly, the popular My Yahoo service doesn't get a nod for review, not being robust enough with the features it offers. Top speed honors go to Google Reader and FeedLounge, with Bloglines and Rojo best for feature sets overall. But me, I'm firmly a software-based feed reading person. I'll be sticking with RSS Bandit, which I reviewed on my personal blog here a few weeks ago: Reading Feeds With RSS Bandit. Of course, maybe FeedDemon 2.0 will tempt me away. Niall Kennedy recently gave it a rave review here: FeedDemon 2.0 raises the bar.
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