Any intention to make Lightread functional without Google Reader? (Please?)

Asked by Joseph Lobo on 2013-03-15

Any intention to make Lightread functional without Google Reader? (Please?)

Just wondering with all the news Reader is done in July.

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2013-03-15
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2013-05-29
ArShAm (arshamshirvani) said : #1

I suppose they will alter the way it works otherwise it will be useless after google reader is closed down.

How about changing it, to work with "TinyTinyRSS"? I would love that.

joop (joop-dorresteijn) said : #3

I'm not sure where to switch to yet, lightread looks like a great reading client... hope it will work in the future!

Savannah King Norton (sln45) said : #4

Please this. This is the best reader for Ubuntu, and I bet it wouldn't be so bad to implement local storage. Would it? Consindo or other developers, please add to the conversation.

David Ordenes D. (radioboy-2) said : #5

It would be great if it could synchronize with feedly! TinyTinyRSS looks good, but not everyone will be able to run their own server. Feedly is only lacking a good desktop (offline) reader in Linux.

Simone Bianco (newcolour78) said : #6

Lightread just stopped having feeds completely as of today :(

Tiny Tiny RSS would be great as a sync service...but this app looks dead...just like every other App from the App Showdown...WTF?!?

Anyway, Liferea works with TT-RSS...it isn't perfect but it does work fairly well so check that out. http://lzone.de/liferea/

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