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Netvibes' free RSS reader product is also another alternative to Reader worth checking out, and like Feedly has also been around since 2008.
Unlike Feedly there's no simple import route in Netvibes for integrating your Google Reader subscriptions. Instead, you need to export your Reader subscriptions as a .ZIP file, extract them to find the 'Subscriptions.xml' file and then import that into Netvibes.
On the positive side, once imported you have the option of having the content displayed like Reader in the traditional way (pictured) or as widgets across the screen, like the iGoogle homepage.
It is also available for the iPad, iPhone and on Android, and includes an offline reader mode.