RSS mobile app Reeder has completed its long-awaited return to the iPad, coming good on a promise that developer Silvio Rizzi, the man behind the service, made back in July after Google closed Reader.
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Reeder 2.0 is designed for the iPhone and iPad and comes with a few new design tweaks. The app still boasts syncing with a range of RSS services: Feedbin, Feedly, Feed Wrangler, Fever and Readability. There’s also support for other local RSS services, but no sync.
As well as supporting multiple user accounts, it allows sharing via a multitude of popular services: QUOTE.fm, Buffer, Instapaper, Pocket, Evernote, Pinboard, Zootool, Delicious, App.net, Twitter, Facebook, iOS Messages and Mail.
The app is priced at $4.99 and is one of the first to support iOS 7.
➤ Reeder 2.0 for iOS [$4.99]
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