Saturday, March 16, 2013

Google's Service will be Retired

Google surprised many Internet users as Google Reader announced it will close on July 1.Google Reader is not so much accessible both on the desktop and on mobile devices, however, this decision affects the account holder on the document storage service.

Google Reader is one of the many Google services that will be retired from service site search site in the spring.Some of the other services will also be retiring the Google Voice on BlackBerry, Snapseed Desktop for Mac and Windows, Google Cloud Connect, Google Building Maker, and Search API for Shopping.

For users of Google Reader service is better start looking for an alternative service. Meanwhile, to secure the data in your Google Reader, you can download all of the data stored into the Google Takeout. Including, friends list, posts, notes and more.

According to the Financial Post, Google Reader is a web app that can connect Google Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds from across the web. Although RSS is not popular since its launch in the early 2000, but still a number of journalists and online media entities often use Google's services it.