American Online. That is the name of one of the largest Internet-based companies. Do you know Engadget? It belongs to American Online, or AOL. Well, on June 24, the new RSS reader will start its journey, which will become an alternative to Google Reader, AOL Reader. However, although it will start working, it still has a long way to go.
The new AOL Online reader, which could be called AOL Reader, would go live on June 24, but not for everyone. As indicated, on June 24 they will begin to accept requests for access to the service. And they will allow more users to access the service to test it before a global expansion takes place. Consider how difficult it must be to maintain a user base like Google Reader’s. Overgrowth could lead to servers being unable to maintain and having to shut down before even launching.
The service, of course, would have to improve over time. Apparently his plans include the launch of a native Android application, as well as the publication of an API for third parties that would allow other applications to use his service.
The launch of AOL Reader would already confirm the third rival in the fight to be the successor to Google Reader. Feedly is currently the best service, and it has the advantage that it is already active. Digg Reader will be released next week and is another of the most anticipated. AOL Online would be the last to arrive but it seems that it would have a great structure and a good foundation, something essential for success.