The RSS app Reeder is finally back on iPad. It was down for a couple of months after Google Reader’s demise. If you paid for it once before, though, you’ll have to pay again for the new version.
The iOS RSS app Reeder is working to get ready for Google Reader’s death, but updated apps that work with services like Feedly and Feedbin won’t be ready by July 1.
When Google Reader closes its doors for good on July 1, which news reader should you adopt? We broke down nine of the most interesting or useful apps to help you decide.
As the time ticks down toward Google Reader’s demise, Feedly — which has emerged as a leading alternative — announced that it’s partnering with a bunch of other RSS clients, including Reeder and Press.
iOS RSS app Reeder is going free on Mac and iPad while it gets some updates. The app will live on after Google Reader dies, creator Silvio Rizzi says.
Google Reader is one of the top-three tools I use to do my job — and Twitter and Flipboard aren’t good substitutes.
For all the talk of social media replacing RSS, I still find it to be the best way to get news efficiently. A quick look at the Mac App Store shows quite a few RSS reader options, so here’s a look at three of the best.
Even with Twitter, Facebook and so many other social discovery tools popping up, I’m still a big fan of good old-fashioned RSS for my reading needs. That’s why I’m excited about the release of Reeder for Mac, which is now available on the Mac App Store.
When Flipboard first arrived on the scene, it was essentially just a browser for Twitter and Facebook. But now the company has introduced support for Google Reader feeds, Flickr photos and other real-time media streams, as it tries to become a one-stop iPad portal for content.
Reeder for Mac, the desktop version of the popular RSS reader application for iOS devices, has officially entered public beta. We ran the free Draft 1 version of Reeder through its paces to see how it ranks as a means of aggregating your RSS world.