The web moves fast. In fact, they say one day, it might even move faster than the speed of light. There are millions of articles being published, photos being uploaded, status updates being posted and tweets being tweeted every single day. An RSS reader can help you stay afloat and consume the Internet from one hub — whether you are a casual surfer who uses the web to catch up on email, news and celebrity gossip, or a full fledged Internet junky who spends all day on Flickr, Facebook and reddit.
For those of you who are confused, an RSS (Really Simple Syndication) Reader is a web feed aggregator, also known as a feed reader that grabs syndicated web content such as news headlines, blogs, podcasts, and vlogs in a single location for easy viewing.
Most geeksugar readers say they're already using a reader, but I know there are a few of you who are still unconvinced. And so, I dedicated this post to you uninitiated and unconvinced. Find out why you should hop on the train.