Feedly has been the front runner to replace Google Reader for the masses.
I want to be different – and therefore started to support Feedhq.org.
Well there where other reasons too.
– it supported open reader api ( replicating the Google reader api more or less )
– Feeddler Pro supports it ( RSS reader for iOS )
– Vienna RSS supports it ( RSS reader for OS X )
– it has a simple web interface that works
– costs only 12 dollars per year
– is opensource and could be hosted on your own too
With this setup I have the feeds synched centrally on Feedhq.org from all the clients — and clients use feeds nicely also in offline modes, making it convenient to read feeds even while traveling and with on/off internet connectivity.