Digg_subscribe_to_feedI have to be honest: in this post-Google-Reader world, I’m still undecided on my way forward. My current favorites are Feedly and Digg as they both have strengths, but there is so much room for innovation that companies are finally able to explore, thanks to Google Reader’s demise. It’s fun to watch.
I’ve been tinkering with Digg for iOS, and among its many advantages is feed discovery. If you tap through to an article from the Top Stories section or just by following links across the web, Digg will seek out the website’s feed and offer the option to subscribe to it under the action button. No hunting around the site, no long-press copy pasting. Bam.

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