Feedly without Google?

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Is there a way to use Feedly without a Google account? I like the views in Feedly but want to divorce G over the news redesign. Thanks for your time.
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Posted 5 years ago

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Hi Alan. Nice to meet you. I am sorry but at this point feedly is powered by Google Reader so a Google account is required.
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lkjhdsflkjahsd

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Lame. It looks awesome but I won't be using it unless it can be detached.
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aquinasburke

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I'm looking for a google divorce too...
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edwk, Official Rep

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Sorry. We are still depending on Google Reader. Have a good week end.
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What are the news on this topic ?

I was looking to switch to a new reader, after google announcement on the end of their google reader product. But it seems I need to use my google reader info to be able to run feedly?

I would just like to import my RSS feeds, with no link to google...
Also what will happen to feedly after July if they rely that hard on google product?
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ms

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> feeds, with no link to google

http://feedly.uservoice.com/forums/19...

> what will happen to feedly after July

http://blog.feedly.com/2013/03/14/goo...
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Please get rid of google. It's a 3 year old request and an important step.
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Patrick von Reth

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I want to get rid of my google account the only thing that keeps me there is feedly...
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Hop Hop

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Same for me. I've now left feedly.
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Bartul Bonacic

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the time is now!
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what you're basically describing is called NewsBlur.