MultiPLX Is An Elegant, Pinterest-Like Web Based RSS Reader that works independently of Google. It will import your feeds from an XML/OPML file while retaining their folder structure. You can share an item across multiple social networks, star them, email a story, discover new feeds to follow, and easily organize your feeds. MultiPLX, however, provides the option to export your starred or shared items to a JSON file like Google does in Google Takeout.
MultiPLX is in private beta so will have to join the waiting list to get access, but they are fairly fast with the invite codes. Once you’ve gained access to the service, you can either add feeds on the topics suggested by the service, or import your feeds from an XML file. Importing may take a little time, depending on the number of your feeds.
A number of RSS services are trying to fill Google Reader’s shoes, but most of them are paying little to no attention to the information a user would like to import. Many users are faced with the prospect of losing items they’ve shared, liked or starred, and it seems that MultiPLX, with its support to export them, might add support to import them in the future as well, and that would make it the best option for such users.
Also worth considering:
NewsBar Is a Minimal RSS Reader with iCloud Sync. It comes in both Mac and iOS flavors, and both offer an attractive take on feed reading.
As yet not available on the Android platform.
A lightweight & minimal web-based RSS feed reader. However it is a premium Application - costing $3 per month, prepaid annually ($36/year). For a limited time, you can also select a lifetime membership for a one-time payment of $99.
If you are not satisfied with the service, there is 7 day money back guarantee and a refund of 100% of the subscription fee.
It can be used inconjunction with:
Other RSS readers worth mentioning include:
Blogtrottr delivers updates from all of your favourite news, feeds, and blogs directly to your email inbox, giving you the flexibility to stay updated whilst on the go, regardless of whether you are using Android, iOS or OS X.