Google Reader Improves iPhone Interface & Adds Blogroll Feature

The Google Reader Blog announced they have added the ability to dynamically include a blogroll of your feeds on your site and that they have improved the Google Reader Mobile interface for iPhone users.

The blogroll feature can be accessed by going to your Google Reader Settings page and clicking on the “tags” link. Once you are there, any public tags can be added to your blogroll by clicking on the “add a blogroll to your site” link. Then copy and paste the snippet of code into your blog. You can see an example of this in action at Steve Lacey’s blog.

Google Reader added new features for mobile users and iPhone users. Mobile users can now view Google Reader Trends statistics on their mobile device, and they can now also specify the number of items they want to be visible on one page via the mobile settings section.

In addition, Google has improved the user interface for Google Reader on an iPhone. Here are new pictures of the more streamlined user interface for iPhone users:

New Google Reader iPhone

New Google Reader iPhone

New Google Reader iPhone

New Google Reader iPhone

New Google Reader iPhone

Related Topics: Channel: Content | Google: Reader


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