Thursday September 12, 2013 9:15 pm
Reeder 2 RSS reader now available for iPhone and iPad
We loved Reeder for iOS and Mac, and the thoughtful RSS reading app was fantastic, right up until Google pulled the plug on Google Reader, a service that was essential to the usability of Reeder--at least on the Mac and iPad. Now, developer Silvio Rizzi is back with his second act: Reeder 2. Unlike the first version, Reeder 2 is a universal binary, which means that for the price of the app, you get both the iPhone and iPad versions included. The design language of Reeder 2 is updated to match the look and feel of iOS 7, and gone is the requirement and reliance on Google Reader. In its place, Reeder 2 now allows you to pull and sync data from Feedbin, Feedly, Feed Wrangler, Fever, and can even act as your RSS storage app in and of itself.
You can pick up Reeder 2 now for $4.99.
Read More | Reeder 2 (App Store)
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- feed wrangler, feedbin, feedly, fever, ios apps, ipad apps, iphone apps, reeder, reeder 2, rss, rss reader, silvio rizzi
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