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    Feedly ( Web | iOS | Android) Hands down, Feedly is one of the best RSS readers on the market. It's reliable, fast, and makes it easy to switch over from Google Reader. In fact, while Google ...

  6. Read Aloud: A Text to Speech Voice Reader - Google Chrome

    Text to speech that brings productivity. Speechify Text to Speech Voice Reader. 8.621. 2.680. Web Page Reader TTS Text To Speech. Speak Any Text. Read aloud the current web-page article with one click, using text to speech (TTS). Supports 40+ languages. .

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  10. Read Aloud: A Text to Speech Voice Reader - Chrome Web Store

    Read Aloud can read PDF, Google Docs, Google Play books, Amazon Kindle, and EPUB (via the excellent EPUBReader extension from Read Aloud is intended for users who prefer to listen to content instead of reading, those with dyslexia or other learning disabilities, and children learning to read.

  11. Google Reader - Wikipedia

    Google Reader. Google Reader was an RSS/Atom feed aggregator operated by Google. It was created in early 2005 by Google engineer Chris Wetherell and launched on October 7, 2005, through Google Labs. [1] Google Reader grew in popularity to support a number of programs which used it as a platform for serving news and information to people.

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