Reeder 2 features a new design, support for services like Fever’s “Hot List”, and a convenient pull-out tab for sharing reminiscent of Windows 8’s “Charms” menu, but the app’s most important new feature is that it’s “universal” — it works on both iPhone and iPad.
Reeder is back! So happy to see Reeder come out with a new app, that works with new services.1 Shawn Blanc says the new app is great, and I trust him. I’ll most likely buy and give it a try in the next couple of days.
It’s truly amazing to see how the RSS landscape has changed in the past few months. The whole Google Reader shutdown gave everyone a kick in the pants to do a better job with their app, and gave others the opportunity to create new businesses.
From what I can see, it works with Feed Wrangler, Feedbin, Feedly, Fever, Readability, and allows you to bypass syncing and just do local RSS subscriptions. ↩