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Passing 12M Users, Feedly Launches Cloud Platform and Web Version with One-Click Migration from Google Reader (The Next Web)
Feedly, the company offering products and services positioned as the best alternatives to Google Reader, Wednesday launched Feedly Cloud, a scalable infrastructure that serves as the backbone to Feedly as well as multiple reading applications. Best of all, Feedly Cloud also powers a new standalone Web version of Feedly (no plugins or extensions needed) that also debuted Wednesday.

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Twitter Finally Releases Vine for Android, Adds Zoom (SocialTimes)
Twitter has released the Vine app for Android, giving Android users access to the six-second looping videos that iOS users have been able to post on Twitter since January. “We’ve been looking forward to this day, and we’re excited to get the app into your hands,” wrote Android engineer Sara Haider in a blog post.

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Missing Google Reader Already? Reeder for iPad is now Free

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Lamenting over the death of Google Reader was a favorite past time for me – but I have moved on to discovering great alternatives that can deliver great services without the additional cost. Luckily, the makers of Reeder are making their iPad and Mac app available for free.

You’ll still have to pay $2.99 for the iPhone app, but the iPad version would have cost $4.99 prior to today. Reeder’s announcement suggested that the app will only be free until its next update:

Reeder for Mac and iPad will be updated to 2.0 in the coming months. Version 2.0 will add all the features of the iPhone version, including all sharing and syncing services. Until then, Reeder for Mac and Reeder for iPad will be free, starting today.