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I mean something like that (http://www.google.com/reader/i):

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What I've tried:

  • Feedly - no mobile web version

  • NewsBlur - paid for more than 12 feeds (I have more)

  • Netvibes - mobile version not usable in Opera Mobile on Android (wap version isn't counted)

  • Pulse - don't know even how to import rss from Google Reader there o_O Finally managed to import, but this doesn't look like to be a reader for something more serious than 9gag because of "tiles" view

  • TinyRss - own hosting needed

  • Fever - paid, own hosting needed (?)

  • Bloglines = Netvies

  • Feedshow - no mobile web version

  • NewsAlloy - no ability to import feeds from Google Reader?

  • Daily Rotation - something strange...

  • My Yahoo - no import from Google Reader

  • Bazqux - paid, no mobile web version

  • Feederator - no import from Google Reader

  • Goodnoows - no mobile web version

  • PublicRSS - no mobile web version

  • FeedBooster - not managed to login from mobile device o_O

  • 1kpl.us - no mobile web version

  • ContentGems - paid, no mobile web version

  • Alesti - no mobile web version

  • Kedoya - no mobile web version

  • AOL Reader - mobile web version is not usable in Opera mobile for Android

  • Digg Reader - no mobile web version

to be continued ...

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Is there really nothing in Alternatives for Google Reader (with Android synchronizing) that fits the bill? –  batpigandme Jun 20 '13 at 18:14
    
@batpigandme I hope that somebody have already researched it. But it seems that I have to do it by myself, so I'll edit my question to tell what I've tried. –  janot Jun 20 '13 at 18:54
    
Always helpful to know what you've tried! –  batpigandme Jun 20 '13 at 19:36
    
There is an Android app for Feedly. There's also FeedMe, which recently acquired Feedly integration. –  Al E. Jun 20 '13 at 19:44
    
@AlEverett I need mobile web version, not standalone app –  janot Jun 20 '13 at 19:45

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I recently discovered Pulse.

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It's good looking and easy to use. Plus, if you sign up with your Google account, you get all your RSS feeds integrated automatically - just scroll down the page to where it says "Import Your Google Feeder Reads".

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Tried it on PC - it seems that there is even no ability to import rss from Google Reader o_O (it suggested to sign up only with facebook or as new user) –  janot Jun 20 '13 at 19:22
    
If you scroll down the home page, the first item is "Import Your Google Reader Feeds". It's pretty straightforward from there. –  Lincoln Bergeson Jun 20 '13 at 19:35
    
@LincolnBergeson maybe integrate your comment into the answer for posterity? –  batpigandme Jun 20 '13 at 19:37
    
@LincolnBergeson Ah, this option wasn't able for registered user >< Finally, I've imported feeds, but Pulse really looks like "9gag reader", I don't see a way to read my 40+ feeds structurized. –  janot Jun 20 '13 at 19:42
    
@janot Yeah, I haven't used it enough to help you organize your feeds, but a little googling will probably help you. Also, remember to select my answer if it solved your problem. It helps both our repuutations. –  Lincoln Bergeson Jun 20 '13 at 19:45

You say:

Feedly - no mobile version

However, Feedly has native Apps for iOS and Android. Plus, you may configure the user interface to be very similar to the old Reader.

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sorry, I meant "no mobile web version" –  janot Jun 21 '13 at 7:23

Feedly is evolving a lot lately and now has a web version (cloud.feedly.com) and has an open API, which allows a lot of other apps to use Feedly as feeds provider. On Android, I use gReader which is much better than the Feedly mobile app.

The only major drawback I find is the lack of an export feature but they said it will be added in the next version.

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AOL Reader — in beta at the moment

And there will be Digg Reader as well.

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AOL: "You're on the beta list. We've reached full capacity. We will send you a link to verify you email to the address you provided us as soon as we can. Follow that link and we'll put you on the beta access list." –  janot Jun 25 '13 at 12:54
    
I've received link to verify - mobile web version is unusable –  janot Jun 27 '13 at 9:12
    
Try the Digg Reader then—it’s open for public now. –  Alex Jun 29 '13 at 6:44
    
Already tried - no mobile web version –  janot Jun 29 '13 at 8:08

Try:

http://www.protopage.com

http://protopage.com/mobile

Protopage was one of the first online feed readers, and obviously still continues to offer features none of the others do.

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What features? An answer should not completely rely on an external link. –  toscho Jul 27 '13 at 13:34
    
Oh right, I listed the site as an answer to the question, i.e., it is a news feeder with a mobile site as opposed to a mobile application. To list all of the features on the mobile site would take some time; I don't think it has unread counts on the mobile view, but it does have very good facilities for structuring feeds. –  Simon Jul 27 '13 at 16:27
    
Obviously I will have missed some features here; like I said, I was answering the title question. –  Simon Jul 27 '13 at 16:29
    
Looks great, really. About unread counts - at least it shows what's unread and what's not. But I have problem with importing *.opml from feedly to protopage =/ Maybe you know, what's the problem? It tells, that I upload not valid *.opml file. –  janot Aug 6 '13 at 20:06
    
Just looks great, but in fact is impossible to use, when you have a lot of feeds (all of them will be displayed) –  janot Aug 7 '13 at 5:16
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Feedly started to work ok, finally

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I get redirected to the "Get Feedly For Android" page at www.feedly.com. –  Yang Oct 18 '13 at 7:08
    
@Yang set user-agent "Desktop" in settings –  janot Oct 18 '13 at 10:20

Try skimr, it has a very good mobile web interface (basically the same as the non-mobile web interface but scaled down). My only problem with it is that there are no unread item counters. Good for casual reading though.

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yeah, looks rather good but no unread items counter =/ –  janot Jun 30 '13 at 16:33

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