Parents' Guide to


By Polly Conway, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Tidy aggregator puts all your favorite content in one place.

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Since Google Reader was discontinued in early 2013, people have been searching for a new way to organize their favorite websites. Feedly has been the most popular choice so far, and it's a pretty solid replacement. The interface can initially be a bit difficult to navigate, and help is not readily available. But after experimenting with settings, you should be able to set up a feed based on your interests.

The only negative is that Feedly can grab content from any website on the Internet, meaning that kids have access to potentially inappropriate stuff. Although you have to specifically search for inappropriate subjects for them to appear in your feed, Feedly probably isn’t a good idea for kids who aren't mature enough to use the site for its intended purpose, which is to simplify the browsing experience. It may be useful for older teens who could use it to gather up-to-date information for school assignments or other projects.

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