As you know, Google Reader is shutting down on July 1st, and we’ve been pondering where to migrate our feeds. In its wake, developers working on products in the RSS ecosystem have been stepping up to deliver apps, tools and other services to fill the void.
At 19th June, 2013, one of the favorites, Feedly, renovated itself from RSS application to RSS platform, with the public debut of Feedly Cloud, the infrastructure that has been powering Feedly’s own apps and those from a small handful of approved developers.
Feedly cloud is now live, providing a fast and scalable infrastructure to seamlessly replace Google Reader. Feedly cloud also comes with a completely stand-alone Web version of feedly, that works with all major browsers. You can now access Feedly Cloud as a regular website from any browser.
The new Feedly Cloud also has an API that’s already been integrated with services such as IFTTT and gReader, so you can expect additional ways to keep plugging into your feeds.