Sync ing and shar­ing

Twit­ter, Face­book and other key ser­vices

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Shar­ing can be as im­por­tant as read­ing: it’s al­ways fun to post your right­eous anger about Katie Hop­kins on Face­book, or to tweet the lat­est Daily Mash daft­ness. Break­ing has a share but­ton for Face­book, Twit­ter, In­stapa­per; Daily of­fers but­tons for LinkedIn, Face­book, Google+ and Twit­ter and Pulp’s share but­ton of­fers Face­book, Twit­ter, Mail and Sa­fari’s Read­ing List.

Shar­ing’s a bit more in­ter­est­ing with the re­main­ing read­ers, es­pe­cially Read­Kit: it can send to Pocket, In­stapa­per, Read­abil­ity, Pin­board, De­li­cious, Twit­ter, Face­book, Buf­fer, Ever­note, Mail or Read­ing List. Leaf of­fers Buf­fer, Face­book, Flickr, In­stapa­per, LinkedIn, Mail and Mes­sages, while NetNewsWire has Mail, App.net, Face­book, Twit­ter and In­stapa­per.

NetNewsWire of­fers cloud sync be­tween it and the iPhone NetNewsWire app, while it, Pulp, Leaf and Read­Kit all of­fer OPML ex­port for shar­ing with other news­read­ers – al­though in Read­Kit that op­tion’s only avail­able for its built-in RSS reader, not ser­vices such as Feedly.

NetNewsWire syncs with its nifty iPhone app via the cloud to avoid du­pli­ca­tion.

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