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How to subscribe to RSS feeds in Google Reader

Google Reader is a great app for storing content you're interested in.

Google Reader is a reading app that lets you keep track of the news and other content that your favourite sites, blogs and publications upload. Whenever new content is added by one of these sites, it’ll appear within the app, allowing you to choose when you want to read it.

In this quick tutorial we’ll show you how you can expand your library of content by subscribing to RSS feeds.

  1. Choose an account

    When you open up Google Reader for the first time, you’ll be able to select which account you want to use, but also if you want to sync the others alongside it. Choose the account that you want to use for your RSS feeds.

  2. Search for keywords

    Go to the search tab on the homepage and select the keyword option from the page that follows. You’ll now be able to search for new RSS feeds to subscribe to. Depending on the keywords you enter, searching can take a while.

  3. Choose to subscribe

    After the app has found a list of new sources for you to subscribe to, press on anyone of them to get the latest headlines sent to your phone. After selecting your subscriptions, you can then choose how often you want to receive content from them.