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Reeder for iPad Is Back, Mac Beta Coming This Fall [u]

12 September 2013 278 views No Comment

Google Reader is dead, long live RSS! When Google Reader went dark on July 1, so did Reeder for iPad and Mac. The wait, or at least half of it, is now over

Google Reader is dead, long live RSS! When Google Reader went dark on July 1, so did Reeder for iPad and Mac. The wait, or at least half of it, is now over — Reeder for iPad is available once again on the App Store, though it’s not a free update.

Reeder 2 for iPad ($4.99)
— Compatible services: Feedbin, Feedly, Feed Wrangler, Fever, Readability, Local/standalone RSS
— Compatible sharing services: QUOTE.fm, Buffer, Readability, Instapaper, Pocket, Evernote, Pinboard, Zootool, Delicious, App.net, Twitter, Facebook, Messages, Mail
— Support for multiple accounts

One of the nifty new features is easy access sharing (image above). Swipe in from the right side of the screen in either landscape or portrait modes, and there you have it.

Reeder Coming Back to Mac

Whereas NetNewsWire 4 beta (free) has filled RSS void on my iMac, I am very much looking forward to the return of Reeder for Mac. For better or worse, Reeder for Mac won’t be back until this Fall:

So, hurray! Reeder for iPad is back, but life will be just that much better when Reeder for Mac returns…

What’s your take?

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