How to stay up to date with Delicieux following the demise of Google Reader

Let’s do a bit of housekeeping.

If you’re a feed subscriber you’ve probably heard that Google Reader will be put to rest on July 1. And while I’m sure many of you have found alternatives to Google Reader to continue following feeds from your favourite blogs, I thought it timely to share all the different ways you can stay up to date with the latest posts and recipes here on Delicious Everyday.

Choose the option that works best for you.

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If not, subscribing by email is a great way to ensure you never miss a post as new posts and recipes will be emailed directly to your inbox. To subscribe by email click here or subscribe using the box above.

Once you’ve subscribed you will receive a welcome email, which also offers you the option to switch to weekly emails instead of receiving an email each time a new post is published.


Follow Delicious Everyday on Feedly

I follow a lot of blogs. And my favourite way to keep up to date with all of my favourite blogs is with Feedly.

Feedly enables you to import your Google Reader subscriptions, and add new blogs to follow by simply typing in the url of the blog or name. Even better, you can choose the format in which you wish to read your favourite blog updates and categorize your feeds. Feedly offers title summary, magazine, card and full post views. You can also pin images directly to your Pinterest boards, Tweet and share on Facebook directly from Feedly. Feedly also offers apps for iPhone and iPad and Android.

To follow Delicious Everyday on Feedly click here and click the green +Add to my feedly button. Or, to migrate your existing Google Reader feed subscriptions follow the instructions below.

How to switch from Google Reader to Feedly

1. Log in to your Google Reader account.

2. Go to Click the blue One Click Google Reader Import button.

3. Authorise Feedly to import your Google Reader bookmarks.

That’s it, your done!

If Feedly doesn’t do it for you, check out Newsblur and The Old Reader.


Follow Delicious Everyday on Bloglovin

Bloglovin, according to it’s creators, “was created so you wouldn’t have to visit un-updated blogs, open ten windows in your browser, or forget your favorite blogs’ web-addresses. With bloglovin´, we wanted to make your blog-reading fun and easy.”

Bloglovin offers both a website interface, as well as an app, which you can download to your phone or tablet.

To follow Delicious Everyday on Bloglovin click here.

Social media

While it’s possible to follow Delicious Everyday on social media channels, such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Google+, however this is not the most reliable method of staying up to date.


So tell me, how do you stay up to date with your favourite blogs? Do you have any favourite apps you’d recommend?



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1 Comment on "How to stay up to date with Delicieux following the demise of Google Reader"

I have just recently moved to FeedDemon, which is now free. Its software for your PC, so you dont get a mobile app or web access, but it does pop up and tell you whenever there is a new post (just like getting a new email) which is handy!

For the few feeds I do like to access out on the road, I use and the ‘Reader’ app on my iPhone.