It looks like AOL is getting ready to throw their hat in the who-wants-to-replace-Google-reader ring. The Next Web discovered reader.aol.com – a barebones site that features just one message:
“AOL Reader: All your favorite websites, in once place.”
It says that the product is in private beta and lets you submit an email address to request an invite. Also, the site has a familiar favicon – the universal symbol for RSS.
Also, from TNW:
[T]he site’s CSS styles reveal that the service will offer mobile Web optimizations for touch devices. Additionally, it appears LinkedIn, Google+, Twitter and Facebook sharing will be supported, judging by the CSS.