Introduction The “best” feed reader is largely a matter of individual preference. There are many good ones. Most of them, including the best, are free like browsers. The one that matches the way you want to work is best for you. :-) No matter which reader you choose, it should give you some way to back up your feeds, preferably as an OPML file. You may also be able to use your OPML file to move to another reader, although the formats may not be compatible.Like: Best Free RSS Reader-Aggregator | Gizmo’s Freeware
Wow what a great article. It’s much more comprehensive than most of it’s kind. One thing I’ve learned you really really need a feed reader in the Indieweb space and eventually on Micro.blog.
In the Indieweb you are going to really want to follow all those neat blogs you discover. On Micro.blog the timeline is purposely fleeting. There will be people you follow who you don’t want to miss any of their posts or you just find that you are following too many interesting people and the timeline moves past too quickly: the solution is to subscribe to their Micro.blog blogs in the feed reader. That way you capture it all.
It’s just an essential tool. I use Inoreader, which is listed in the article.