Popular iOS and Mac RSS client Reeder has announced its iPhone version is now free. On top of that, a new version of the app has been submitted to Apple to support Feedly and other RSS services stated below (Google Reader is set to shut down on July 1):
Reeder for iPhone is now free. Also, version 3.2 has been submitted. See here for more information: http://t.co/cpsKjwUWK5
— Reeder (@reederapp) June 27, 2013
Reeder for iPhone
The current version of Reeder for iPhone will be free, starting today. Version 3.2 (already submitted) will support the following services as alternatives to Google Reader:
- Feed Wrangler (No support for smart streams yet in Reeder)
- Standalone/Local RSS without syncing
Now you might ask why the iPhone version will get a major update too. Actually, that wasn’t planned at first. But I’m really happy with how the new iPad version turns out and want to bring this to the iPhone too.
Back in April, Reeder made their Mac and iPad clients a free download. Looks like the iPhone version has joined in on the fun. Near the end of April the iPhone app gained standalone RSS support, whereas previously users had to login with their Google Accounts.
Click here to download Reeder for iPhone–it’s free.