The announcement that Google Reader will shut down on July 1 has left many users and app developers scrambling for a new way to handle their RSS feeds. We've found some of the best options for reading your RSS feeds on your iPad now and on July 1.
Although many have forecasted the death knell of RSS, the iPad is a perfect platform for the bite-sized, fast website aggregation tool. This AppGuide will help you find the RSS reader that fits the way you want to read the Internet.
Readable is a website reader that auto scrolls letting you read articles hands free. There is even a facial recognition feature that will stop the scrolling when your face is not detected by the front-facing camera.
While Twitter clients were one of the most popular and most debated apps on the iPhone, news readers are the hot topic for the iPad. Apps like Flipboard, Reeder and Pulse have drawn the most attention so far, but a new app seeks to eclipse them all.
After featuring Pulse News Reader - an iPad RSS reader app, in his Keynote speech yesterday at the WWDC, Steve Jobs has now been forced to remove the app from the App Store after receiving a written notice from the New York Times. Read on to find out more.