Reeder has been one of the most popular and most loved RSS clients for iOS since its launch, but with the shut down of Google Reader most of the RSS market, including Reeder, received a lightning jolt, as the service served as a backend to almost all RSS clients.
Developer Silvio Rizzi of Reeder, one of most popular iOS apps for RSS, has just announced that Reeder 3.2 will support Google Reader alternatives like Feedly, Feed Wrangler and Fever.
The other good news is that Reeder for iPhone is also available for free now (regular price was $2.99).
When Google announced its plan to shutdown Google Reader, Digg announced its plan to build an RSS Reader called Digg Reader from scratch. They had only 90 days to do it.
So with just few days to go for Google Reader’s retirement, Digg has started the rollout of the web version of Digg Reader to users.
Anyone who uses Google Reader to follow the news needs to find a replacement within the week. Google is pulling the plug on this perennial service on the first of July. Fear not though, there are replacements for both the client and the backend feed gathering service. We take you through the six best options for your iPhone and iPad.
Reeder for iPhone, one of the most popular RSS clients has been updated to 3.1.
Reeder 3.1 brings support for Feedbin service, which is an alternative for Google Reader. As you probably know by now, Google has announced that it will be shutting down Google Reader on July 1st.