So back to the topic. Because there are many peoples using an online aggregator, so I have decided to make another short how-to article on how you can subscribe rss feed by using an online aggregator. I use Google Reader for this example. Let’s get started. :d
1. You need to have a Google account before you can use this service. Gmail account is also a Google account, so you can use it to login into your Google Reader. Here is the interface.
2. To start subscribe your first RSS feed, click on the Add subscription at the left pane. You can use my site feed for this example. Copy my rss url and paste it in the box. Click Add.
3. Once Google Reader successfully finished downloads all feeds from my site, you will get a notification saying this “You have subscribed to CypherHackz.Net.”. Congratulations! 😉
The difference between online and desktop aggregator is, with online aggregator, you can read your subscribed feeds from anywhere. But for desktop, it is limited. You can read feeds only from your computer.
If you have any comments or suggestions of any other online aggregators, you can leave your comment in the form below. 🙂