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Card View

If you get tired of reading headlines from a list, you can switch to Card View for a magazine type of layout.

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Organize your feeds

You can create category folders to organize your feeds, then read all your feeds, news from just one category, or just the stories from a particular site.

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Keyboard shortcuts galore

Like most good RSS readers, AOL Reader lets you browse and perform just about any action using keyboard shortcuts.

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Customize your reading experience

Go to the settings to do things like adjust font size, switch the theme, and other common options. Use Organize from the drop-down menu to move your feeds around between folders.

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Switch views

Change the way your news is laid out from the Layout drop-down menu on the right.

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