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When using iPad, with Safari or some other application, once I find an interesting blog with its RSS feed, how can I add it to my google reader feeds?

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migrated from Jan 30 '12 at 17:05

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If you use an RSS reader like Mr Reader or Reeder, you can add new subscriptions using the + button on the main screen of each.

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The easiest route is to add a bookmarklet. See this link for details as well as the necessary Javascript you need to use.

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You could use Opera Mini on your iPad, it is easy to add url in there :)

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Google reader is being decommissioned at the end of June. Ironically, a google search can point you to many other RSS sync services to replace google reader with.

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