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Thu, 03 Aug 2006 17:20:20 GMT
Subscribers by User-Agent

It's been almost a year since I last reported my top User-Agents as reported by FeedBurner. Here goes.

  1. GreatNews
  2. Rmail
  3. Bloglines
  4. NewsGator online
  5. My Yahoo
  6. Rojo
  7. Pluck (IE)
  8. Firefox
  9. Netvibes
  10. News Alloy
  11. Custom Demo Reader
  12. FeedDemon
  13. Windows RSS Platform
  14. NetNewswire
  15. BlogBridge
  16. FeedReader
  17. MagpieRSS
  18. SharpReader
  19. Omea Reader
  20. Pageflakes
  21. Attensa for Outlook
  22. Google Desktop
  23. Onfolio
  24. RssReader
  25. Safari RSS
  26. Sage
  27. Thunderbird
  28. Liferea
  29. Opera RSS Reader
  30. livedoor

I limited the list of readers to those reporting 6 or more subscribers.

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Although Liferea makes it, barely, at #28, I'm shocked not to see Akregator listed, which I've found to be the best RSS reader for Linux. And where is Shrook, that nice little Mac OS X reader? How representative is this list, i.e., how big is the total readership? (Of the top 30, I've used about half, plus several others that are not listed. livedoor is a Japanese site, by the way.)
I have 4000+ subscribers.

Randy
Coool I really like those services including Feedreader , omea reader and www.pageflakes.com , this last one is really nice because you can share your pages and there are a lot of features
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