The really rather good RSS client Reeder has just received its first update for Mac since Google Reader got axed. It's available on the Mac App Store for $10.
Let's face it: RSS is a terribly nerdy wasteland of .xml feeds and weird formatting. Reeder is the shining hope that it doesn't have to be that way. Already our favorite RSS app on iOS, it's finally available for Mac.
A news addiction is one of the few dependencies that it's actually good to indulge. And to a news junkie, a smartphone is like a wide-bore hypodermic needle.
Reeder, our favoritest RSS reader for iOS, is now available in beta for OS X. Hooray! And though this early version is missing some features like feed management and search, you can still sync it up with an existing Google Reader account and breeze through feeds with an attractively simple interface. In fact, it's got…
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The hotly anticipated iPad version of Reeder, the popular iPhone RSS app, landed in the App Store last night, and with a clean look and some thoughtful navigational tools, it's immediately at the head of the iPad RSS pack.
A lot of people consider Reeder to be the best iPhone RSS app, so there's some serious anticipation for the native iPad version, which is currently being reviewed for App Store approval. These shots confirm one thing: it'll be pretty.