Monday, June 17, 2013

Digg Reader Version 1 being rolled out on June 26

In the wake of Google scrapping up its Reader with effect from 1st July, Digg has announced that it will be rolling out its Digg Reader, version 1 on June 26.

Everyone will have access by June 26th, says official blog of Digg.

The  beta release centers on these core elements of the product:

  • Easy migration and on-boarding from Google Reader.
  • A clean reading experience that gets out of the way and puts the focus squarely on the articles, posts, images, and videos themselves.
  • Useful mobile apps that sync with the web experience.
  • Support for key actions like subscribing, sharing, saving and organizing.

Digg says that they will focus on the following urgent matter in the first 60 days of the launch of its Reader:

  • Android app.
  • Speed.
  • Integration with additional third party services (like Buffer, Evernote, and IFTTT).
  • Better tools to sort, filter and rank your reading lists and feeds, based on your networks, interests, likes, and so on.
  • Collecting and responding to user feedback.

Digg teased the launch with a couple preview images of the Digg Reader product, including the one above and the one below:

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