If you don't want to waste time visiting individual websites, searching through all of your RSS feeds or consolidate multiple feeds into one view, Live Bookmarks can be a good choice.
If other RSS Readers seem like just another service you probably won't use, then you might as well use your browser if it already has a built-in RSS reader.
Through advanced RSS technology keep you up to date in the easiest way possible.
You can choose to receive notifications whenever a post updates, you can get e-mails for new posts, why not use our i OS or Android apps?
If you only have a few RSS feeds that you want to keep track of, Live Bookmarks is perfect.
Use our advanced RSS tools such as filters to keep manage how much (or little! Given that most people are not familiar with and don't consume RSS feeds, we thought that RSS support would be a better fit as an extension, at least to begin with." So there you have it fellow developers.When your clients point out that their RSS feed looks broken on Google you can utter one of the sweetest phrases to a developer’s ear: “It’s not my fault.” Here is a link to the extension you can install on your individual Google browser to fix the problem.So there you are, working on a new website blog, everything looking great and working. What follows is an unformatted, unreadable page of raw data that is completely useless to the typical end user. You just clicked it in Firefox and everything came up fine. A Google Chrome engineer offered a more detailed explanation: "We originally intended to include RSS support by default as a native feature of Google Chrome (and we still might in the future) but we decided instead to implement this as an extension.This decision was made based on our philosophy of trying to limit ourselves to adding only the UI features that a vast majority of users need and allow each user to customize the browsers to fit their needs with Extensions.Google Chrome does not support formatted viewing of RSS feeds by default.However, Google has provided a plugin that will display RSS feeds correctly.The unread count lets you know how many posts you've missed.It will also indicate when a page has a feed available for you to follow.Even if you do use another RSS reader tool like Digg Reader or something else, Live Bookmarks can still be a handy resource.If, for example, there are a few feeds that you like to check periodically throughout the day, having them as Live Bookmarks will let you look them up whenever you want, no matter where you are on the web.