Bloglovin is said to be the best reader for people's whose focus is looking at photos.
Digg Reader is a simple service that has promised lots of new features. Mobile apps for iOS available, but Android is still on its way. Digg comes from Betaworks, a company with several other start-ups.
Feedly has a clean look and several layout combinations. It's become popular as it has topped the list of many websites reviewing RSS readers. There's tons of ways to share or save articles quickly. Feedly arguably provides the easiest transition from Google Reader.
Flipboard has no web version, so it's best for people with tablets and smartphones only. It's unique in that instead of scrolling, a user "flips" the page to get to the next article.
The Old Reader makes it easy to connect with friends who use the service. However, users can't quickly share articles to outside websites. No official mobile apps.
I personally use Bloglovin, just signed up for The Old Reader and Flipboard is great on my smartphone.
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