Google is shutting down the excellent customizable iGoogle start page on November 1, 2013. here are some best alternatives you may wish to set your homepage to migrate your RSS feeds. Let’s take a look at 8 iGoogle alternatives.
This is my favorite, it looks and works most like iGoogle. it’s a pretty reasonable basic replacement for iGoogle. It allows you to add your feeds in a variety of custom tabs to suit your needs and has a bunch of neat widgets in a variety of categories
2. My MSN
my.MSN.com hits the right notes on interface to appeal to users looking for an iGoogle replacement,with drag-and-drop tiles of gadgets and news feed tiles.
Like iGoogle and igHome, it allows you to set out your RSS feeds, widgets, apps and feeds in tabs, and there’s even a tool to create your own apps. It’s a personalized dashboard publishing platform for the Web composed of widgets that are pulled from a widget list open to third party developers.
Protopage has a simple, clean layout, and more than just the usual widgets. You can customise your own tabs and even the look of the page with colour settings.
The startpage that connects and organize all your favorite links, bookmarks, social networks, favorite online services, into one single beautiful interface.
replacements for iGoogle Widgets, widgets, and more widgets, that’s what you’ll find here.
7. My Yahoo
I’ve been using this alternative on and off for a while, largely because it’s the most appealing-looking of the bunch. My Yahoo is a customizable web page with news, stock quotes, weather, and many other features.
Symbaloo is icon based. It describes itself as “a visual way for you to link to your favorite online news sources and sites.