Google recently axed Google Reader, a rather good news aggregator that could be read via the web and synchronised with mobile devices. Nifty and the main way that I got my news. In the months leading up to the axing, there was a mad scramble by the Google Reader using public to find an alternative service provider. They are out there but I felt they replicated the problem - putting your news feed into the fickle hands of a third party.
Migrating to the ownCloud news aggregator was a seemless experience. I merely used Google's Take Out service to slurp down my Google Reader data and then used the web interface to import that data to the ownCloud news aggregator.
A few seconds later, I had all my news in ownCloud.
The web interface is rather elegant to use. Often with a news aggregator the UI is an horrendous experience but this was not the case with ownCloud.
I highly recommend using ownCloud's news service as a replacement for Google Reader.
Later I'll be looking at the Android client for the ownCloud news application.