Google Reader Gets Cleaner, So Does iPhone Version

Yesterday, Google Reader team announced that they have released a cleaner and fresher look to Google Reader. The change incorporates a less blueish color scheme and a more whitish scheme. Google has consolidated some of the features, added collapsible navigational links on the left and rounded some of the corners.

But to my surprise, the whitish color scheme is not just available on the main Google Reader, it has been ported to the iPhone version.

Here is a picture of the new Google Reader look for your browser:

Google Reader Whiter

Here is a picture of the new Google Reader for your iPhone:

Google Reader Whiter

Here is an old picture, to compare.

Google has also added more “feed bundles,” to give people more blogs and sites to subscribe to. Danny asks a good question, “pity seach engine land isn’t in your google-related or tech bundles.” Agreed, there are a bunch of sites that likely should be in that bundle.

Related Topics: Channel: Content | Google: Reader | Top News


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