- Digg - Official Site
Digg is the homepage of the internet, featuring the best articles, videos, and original content that the web is talking about right now
- Digg Reader - Wikipedia
Digg Reader was a news aggregator operated by Digg The reader was released on June 26, 2013 as a response to Google Reader shutting down The reader is web-based and also has iOS and Android applications as well as a Google Chrome extension
- 5 RSS apps to use now that Digg Reader is dead
Digg Reader will soon be dead but you can still save your RSS feed with these five alternatives
- Digg Reader Review Rating | PCMag. com
The brand-new Digg Reader (beta) is yet another good option for RSS feed reading fans desperate to find a replacement to Google Reader The public beta is free, though Digg's roadmap has on it premium features that will roll out later for a price
- Digg - Apps on Google Play
And now the new Digg Reader is a simple, powerful and speedy way to follow your favorite sources and publishers Introducing Digg Reader for Android!
- Goodbye to Digg Reader – Digg
Digg Reader is shutting down on March 26, 2018 Bummer, we know We’d like to thank you for using Digg Reader for the past four years,
- The End of Digg Reader Is a Blow to the Chronological . . .
On Wednesday, Digg announced that it will be shutting down Digg Reader on March 26 The RSS reader, for me and likely many others, was a godsend after the 2013 shuttering of Google Reader
- Digg Reader is shutting down this month – here are 3 great . . .
Digg announced today that it's closing down its Reader app, which lets you follow RSS feeds from sites you love to get updates from them without having to visit each individually