Digg is keeping true to its promise by launching an RSS news aggregator before the shutdown of Google Reader on July 1.
The social news aggregating website said its RSS reader will be available to all users by June 26.
The first version of the Digg Reader, however, will be in beta mode and has been designed for frequent RSS users, the website said.
Digg said users will be able to easily migrate their information and RSS feeds from Google Reader to Digg Reader. They'll also be able to subscribe to new feeds, share and save stories and organize their reader.
Additionally, there will be an iPhone app for Digg Reader that will launch the same day as the website, and an Android version in the next two months.
The company said Digg Reader and all of the features coming next week will be available for free, but later on some enhanced features will be available for a fee.
The Digg Reader may not be the only new RSS platform on its way. Facebook is set to make an announcement on June 20, and some believe the social network will also launch an RSS reader.