The news reader service Feedbin rolled out a major update this morning.
Readers will now find that they have a wide variety of sharing options, including email, Facebook, Twitter, and more. The update also adds options to save an article to be read later, including Pinboard, Pocket, Instapaper, Readability, Evernote, and there's also an option to send an article to a Kindle account.
Having launched only a couple days before Google announced the Readerpocalypse in March 2013, Feedbin was one of many services poised to pick up the reins. This service now supports apps on Android and IOS and includes features like search, tags, filters, a recently read menu, and more.
With a less common 3 column design, Feedbin stands out in the crowd:
Feedbin costs $3 a month or $30 a year, with a 14 day free trial. You can find more details on the Feedbin website.