Netvibes Opens a New Home for Google Reader and iGoogle Users

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 is particularly useful for users who need both,” said Freddy Mini, CEO, Netvibes. “Unlike other alternatives, Netvibes is powered by our own real-time RSS engine that’s not reliant on Google. We’ve been 100% free and ad free since 2005, and backed by one of the world’s largest software companies, so we’re here to stay.”

Key benefits:

  • multiple private dashboards
  • instant switch between feed reader and dashboard views
  • proprietary RSS technology & infrastructure
  • ecosystem with a library of more than 260,000 apps and feeds
  • real-time search streams, including Social Search for social monitoring
  • read feeds anywhere, even offline
  • works on any device (iPhone, iPad, Android, desktop browser)
  • read/unread articles sync across all devices
  • flexible customization

Netvibes also offers premium products for individual professionals, agencies and enterprises, featuring custom social analytics, alerts and team collaboration.

If you’re a Google Reader or iGoogle user, easily migrate to Netvibes here: Welcome to the family!

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  • Reply DH June 28, 2013 at 3:50 pm

    Whatever you guys did to the iphone page it sucks. The WIDGETS stuff is stupid. No longer do you get a list of new links, you have to go into each site individually and it DOES not work, it just says “loading…”.

  • Reply LC July 5, 2013 at 4:29 am

    What we need is a search function for the user to search through the items in their feeds.

  • Reply Dimitriy July 12, 2013 at 10:47 pm

    Really miss adding tags in your reader. For this reason, we can not
    easily migrate to Netvibes.
    We would be very grateful, if you expand the functionality of your reader the ability to add tags. Thanks!

  • Reply summer July 16, 2013 at 5:21 am

    It is really cool. Google is amazing

  • Reply Robert Mitchell July 27, 2013 at 7:26 pm

    Wow!! I’m so glad I found this! I was sad when google closed down those services but wasn’t really able to find something to replace it! Guess I didn’t look hard enough!!

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