Posts Tagged Silvio Rizzi
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Reeder 2 has just made its way to the App Store and it’s looking like quite the RSS reader. Possibly even better than the original.
The app functions as a reader and client for Feedbin, Feedly, and more, syncs to most feeds, offers local RSS with no syncing, and supports multiple accounts. The overall look has also seemingly been redesigned in order to fit in with iOS 7. Plus it’s Universal now, yay! Check the list below for the extensive list of sharing services.
And also consider downloading it. You know, if you’re into the whole “RSS thing.”
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iPad Only App - Designed for iPad
Reeder and Reeder for iPad are now available for free, for a limited time only. Reeder is a RSS reader and client for Feedbin, Fever, and Readability. It can also be used with Google Reader which, as we all know by now, closes on 7/1/2013. Head on over to the App Store and pick up this free app that is regularly priced at $2.99.
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
Reeder, an RSS reader, received an update that enables Feedbin. Google Reader will be closed on July 1st and Feedbin offers an alternative option for those who use the app. The update also allows for users to use Reeder as a standalone reader, without the need to sync.
Reeder is one of the better looking and functioning Google Reader enabled RSS readers for the iPhone. We got word last week that the currently in-development iPad version is getting closer to release. In addition, the developer posted a few screen shots for us to take a look at.
From the looks of the preview screens, Reeder is going to be as gorgeous and innovative on the iPad as it is on the iPhone. We don’t know if Reeder for the iPad will be released as a separate app or as an Universal update to the iPhone version yet. Definitely one to keep an eye out for though.
Hit the jump for more screen shots from the upcoming Reeder for iPad.
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