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Reeder 1.1 gains Lion fullscreen, save to Evernote

25 July 2011 4,248 views 2 Comments

Apple’s latest big cat has meant big changes for this long-time Mac user. Gone are Photoshop, NetNewsWire and Google Chrome has been put on suspension. Thereupon, Acorn’s now my image editor, Firefox is back in the starting lineup and Reeder has filled the RSS spot.

Silvia Rizzi has released a Lion flavored update of his excellent RSS client for the Mac. Reeder 1.1 (App Store, $9.99) doesn’t completely square this app with OS X 10.7’s new features, but ticks the box on one while adding new functionality:

Apple Online Store• Fullscreen (Lion)
• Save to Evernote
• Improved Readability viewer
• Improved scrolling performance (Lion)

App author Silvia Rizzi also adds, “There are currently some issues with the swipe gestures when using Reeder on Lion.”

Thereupon, Fairer Platform readers are mixed on this subject with at least one confirming the issue and another claiming no problems. On my 2007 iMac, gestures seem to be working just fine — individual user mileage varies.

Like Reeder or have you found another RSS reader that scratches the Lion feed itch?

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