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BazQux Reader

BazQux Reader
Developer(s) Vladimir Shabanov
Initial release June 29, 2012
Development status Active
Platform Web-based, Web browsers, iOS, Android
Type News aggregator
License Commercial
Website .combazqux

BazQux Reader is a news aggregator developed by Moscow-based programmer Vladimir Shabanov. The reader was released on June 29, 2012. It's a commercial product with a 30-day free trial and $19/$29 annual fee or $99 lifetime subscription.[1][2][3][4] The reader is web-based and also has 3rd-party iOS and Android applications as well as a Google Chrome extension.

The reader is able to subscribe to RSS and Atom feeds as well as to Twitter, Google+ and Facebook pages.

Besides displaying list of posts reader is also shows comments to posts. Comments from Reddit, Livejournal, comments feeds, Disqus and Facebook widgets are supported.

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External links

  • Official website

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