1. Anthony Bouchard's Avatar

    As we have heard, Google has decided to put an end to Google Reader on July 1st of this year. Google Reader is by far the most popular way to keep all of your news in one place. Many iOS users choose Reeder to keep an eye on their Google Reader content.

    Reeder has been updated Saturday to version 3.1. Reeder is popularly used in combination with Google Reader; however, with Google Reader coming to an end, the developers of the application have added support for Feedbin, a Google Reader alternative. Feedbin isn't free like Google Reader – you will have to pay $2 per month for the service.

    In addition, the update adds support for ‘standalone’ RSS support, which means you won’t have to sync any feeds anymore if you choose to take advantage of this new feature. Other improvements include some minor bug fixes and stability improvements, as well as a new pull to refresh feature.

    Existing users of the Reeder application can find the update in the Updates tab via the App Store. New Users will have to purchase Reeder from the App Store for $2.99 via this link.

    Sources: App Store
    Last edited by Anthony Bouchard; 2013-04-27 at 07:07 PM. Reason: Replaced Pastebin with Feedbin
    2013-04-27 05:32 PM
  2. TheSporkWithin's Avatar
    You mean Feedbin. Pastebin is something entirely different.
    2013-04-27 06:17 PM
  3. Anthony Bouchard's Avatar
    You mean Feedbin. Pastebin is something entirely different.
    Oops! thank you.
    2013-04-27 07:06 PM