As it approached the date to discontinue Google Reader, I started looking for other options. I did the usual of doing searches to find out what others recommended. I tried out a few and finally settled on two that I would import my feeds to and begin using. Both of which were web based and could also be accessed via a app on my iPhone.
The first site I tried was Feedly (http://www.feedly.com/). This was one of those sites that was recommended from other sites. Feedly was preparing for the influx of Google Reader users that would have to find another option to read their feeds. The other site I tried was the Digg Reader (http://www.digg.com/). Unlike Feedly that had been around for a while, Digg had not been in the feed game before Google Reader announced they would discontinue their service. Digg has been around for years as a way to recommend articles, web sites, etc. to others via a social medium. When Google announced they would discontinue their service, Digg stepped up to build a rss news feed from scratch.
So, I tried both of these for a few weeks. Both allowed access from a web site and both did have iOS apps (as well as other phone types) for accessing the news. In the end, I ended up using Feedly as my daily source for news. It is fast and I can easily share news via Twitter or Facebook.
A friend and I had a discussion about this and he decided to go with one where he pays for the service. I went the free route simply because it was there and I do not see a need to pay for something that is free. As he indicated, it is only a matter of time before Feedly, Digg, and others start introducing advertising on their sites. Google did advertising on their site when accessing through a web browser, but that did not deter me from accessing their site to view the feeds.
If you are looking for a easy to use service for reading your daily news, I recommend checking out Feedly. Happy news reading....