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Android file management, location-based Google Keep reminders, and more

My blog and news consumption is still based on RSS. That's why I felt lost when Google announced the
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Android file management, location-based Google Keep reminders, and more
By Paolo Amoroso • Issue #9 • View online
My blog and news consumption is still based on RSS. That’s why I felt lost when Google announced the shutdown of Google Reader in 2013.
The Feedly RSS feed reader linked below came to the rescue. It let me switch seamlessly and uneventfully from Google Reader by just signing up with my Google account. I’ve been using Feedly since then.
It’s not perfect, as search is a joke compared to Google Reader. And it provides algorithmic features I don’t need (the point of RSS is not to have algorithms). But I like Feedly as it supports my reading workflow and is cross-platform. I use it on the web and on Android.
What’s your favorite feed reader?
— Paolo

Android
A guide to Android file management
Chrome OS
How to install LibreOffice for Linux on a Chromebook
Google Keep, Google Maps
Saving recurring addresses for location-based Google Keep reminders
How to opt out your Wi-Fi network from Google's location services
Android apps
Feedly - Smarter News Reader
Web apps
Zencastr
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