Feedly, which today announced it has added more than 3 million new users to its free RSS service since Google decided to retire Reader, said that it plans to offer a paid option this year. [ 6 Enterprise-Ready Google Reader Replacements, Plus 2 to Watch ] [ 10 Top Google Reader Alternatives ]”Over 3 million new users have joined Feedly since the announcement of the retirement of Google Reader,” the company said in a blog post. “We are … adding hardware as quickly as we can to make that transition as seamless as possible.”The Palo Alto, Calif. company also said that, while basic services will remain free, it intends to launch a premium, subscription-based version of Feedly this year.”There will always be a free version of Feedly, but we have heard from a significant proportion of our users that they would be willing to pay for Feedly,” said Cyril Moutran, co-founder of Feedly and its head of products and strategy, in an email. “They love and depend on our service, and want to make sure Feedly will be there in the future.”The belief that free services are ephemeral, and like Google’s Reader, can be easily abandoned, was strongly expressed by… Read full this story
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