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UWA Documentation: Remake Your iGoogle Gadgets For Netvibes

Tweet iGoogle is closing in a few days. Most people have already moved to a new service, a lot of you have chosen Netvibes (using our migration tool) and we’re very proud of that. And to make sure you feel at home, today we’re releasing a brand new UWA (Universal Web Apps) documentation, to help […]

Netvibes: A New Home For iGoogle Users

Tweet Back in June, we launched a special migration site to help Google Reader and iGoogle users move their feeds to Netvibes. And according to our stats, a lot of you have happily made the transition, especially during those last days. On November 1st, it will be time for iGoogle to close its doors for […]

Netvibes Opens a New Home for Google Reader and iGoogle Users

Tweet Today we are launching a special migration site to help millions of Google Reader and iGoogle users move their feeds to Netvibes. “Since Google announced the closure of both services, hundreds of thousands of users have switched to Netvibes. This is because Netvibes is the only service that offers a dual dashboard-and-reader combo, which […]

Easily migrate from Google Reader to Netvibes

Tweet As you may have heard, Google has decided to shut down its Reader service on July the 1st. Good news: you don’t need to look for an alternative, Netvibes is the perfect home for all your RSS feeds, and more. Judging by the increase in traffic since the announcement,  it’s safe to say that most of […]

From iGoogle to Netvibes in 3 Easy Steps

Tweet Google recently announced that iGoogle will be discontinued on Nov. 1, 2013. A lot of you have been asking about a way to move all your RSS feeds into a personalized Netvibes dashboard. Good news: it’s easy. Here are 3 easy steps to making Netvibes your new home…

New Twitter widget update includes OAuth support

Tweet We just released a new version of the Twitter widget to support OAuth. We did this because in the coming hours Twitter will no longer support the traditional method with login and password which was used until now. The only thing that will change for you is that you’ll have to click on an […]