Not always happy but always happy to be Catholic.
I get all my rss via Blogtrottr which has been 100% for several years, until today interestingly enough. Up to 25 feeds free. After than 4 British Pounds a month. So, guess I'll check out Bloglovin as well.
Never even heard of this one and I thought I was up on the alternatives. Looks interesting, but not feature rich enough for me.So far I've gone with Feedly. I like the iPad app well enough and their new web reader for desktops (without using an app for extension) is usable. Next month they will add export so you can export OPML out of Feedly. Does Bloglovin allow this?One of the main reasons I have gone with Feedly is that they have an active roadmap and support multiple readers on OSX and iOS will be allowed to access they synching service so I am not just stuck with what they offer. On OSX my aggregator of choice was Reeder and they are adding Feedly support soon. I hear they are also planning to launch a pro-version with more advanced features in the future.
I like Bloglovin myself, and that's what the majority of my readers seem to have switched to.
I also just got an email announcing Digg's Reader. Am looking forward to testing it!
I saw that Digg is attempting a comback. I ended up going with Feedly like Master Miller.