Google announced today that it has added a couple more products to the Google Takeout menu: Latitude and Reader.
“We’re always working to improve our tools and make it easier for users to control and access their data,” Kári Ragnarsson writes on Google’s Data Liberation Front blog. “Today we are happy to add support for two new services in Google Takeout.”
For Latitude, you can download a json file with your location data.
With Google Reader, you could already export data from within Reader itself, but now you can also do it from Takeout by exporting an XML file of your subscriptions and your lists of starred, shared, following items in json format.
Google recently added the ability to download all our YouTube videos together from Google Takeout.