Google Reader gets "Friends trends" and more improvements

A new version of Google Reader is released with bunch of small changes and tweaks: First, a new set of tabs added to trends page called "Friends trends" that shows, which of your friends share the most, and whose shared items you actually get around to reading. Comments are now available to non-English users. Also, item sources are now visible in comment view to easily […]

A new version of Google Reader is released with bunch of small changes and tweaks:

  • First, a new set of tabs added to trends page called "Friends trends" that shows, which of your friends share the most, and whose shared items you actually get around to reading.
  • Comments are now available to non-English users. Also, item sources are now visible in comment view to easily mark as read.
  • Revamped user page help you find information quickly. In addition to a welcome video and a tutorial, it also tries to help you get started by pointing out the kinds of feeds that you can subscribe to with added ability to import feeds from iGoogle to keep you updated, when you try out Reader with a customized iGoogle account.
  • New mobile interface lets you post notes if an interesting thought occurs to you while waiting in line.