Reeder 3.0 for iPhone is now available on the App Store as a free update. It’s the third iteration of the best RSS reader I’ve ever used (and I’ve tried my fair share). This newest version has been re-written from the ground up and now supports Readability and Fever RSS alongside the old standby, Google Reader.
I took a few screenshots of Reeder 2.x and 3.0 for some side-by-side comparisons, but then I read Shawn Blanc’s excellent Reeder 3 review, which gives an excellent breakdown of what has changed, so I’ve linked to him instead of posting my own screens. I’ve really only clocked about an hour or two with Reeder since last night’s midnight release, but I’m really loving the cleaner textures across the board, and the two-finger gesture to mark items as read are absolutely brilliant.
If you already own Reeder for iPhone, just check the App Store for the update. If you don’t, the app is just $2.99 and has been very well supported over the last few years.
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