Popular RSS client Reeder has been updated today to support Feedbin and standalone RSS feeds. This means users will no longer be required to use Google Reader to sign in, as the latter is set to shut down on July 1st. Other improvements include pull-to-refresh and bug fixes.
What’s new in 3.1?
First third-party sync service as an alternative to Google Reader, see http://feedbin.me for more info.
Local/standalone RSS support:
You now can use Reeder as a standalone reader, no syncing.
– Various bugfixes
Feedbin is an RSS reader that costs $2/month and has been popular as an alternative to Google Reader.
Earlier this month Reeder announced its existing Mac and iPad apps are currently free downloads as the company transitions to its upcoming 2.0 updates.
Click here to download Reeder–it’s $2.99.