*I like the overall look - really clean and modern.
*The organization is great. I can sort my favorite blogs by categories and can add tags to posts making it easy to go back and search for things I've previously read.
*There are many options for how posts appear in your feed. You can even change the 'theme' or colors of your Feedly.
*Feedly has app options, making it easy to keep up on your favorites via smartphone or tablet.
2. The Old Reader
*The overall look is practically the same as Google Reader. It feels really comfortable to me.
*You can favorite posts, and share via social media.
*You can follow other The Old Reader users, and they can follow you. I haven't tried this yet, so I'm not sure what it does or if there are benefits of doing this.
*Very clean look. You can 'like' posts and there are many options for customizing layout.
*There are options for sharing to Facebook and Twitter.
*There is also a bloglovin' app.
*This site is my least favorite of the three. It wasn't very intuitive for me at first.
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So what are you going to use to replace Google Reader?