Reeder was the go-to app for iPhone and iPad users that wanted to manage and read their RSS feeds, that is, until Google killed its Reader service. Silvo Rizzi has been hard at work fixing that problem and the result is Reeder 2.
Reeder 2 brings back iPad support, more
Reeder 2 includes Feedly, Feedbin, Feed Wrangler, Fever, and Readability support, so it can sync through all of the major RSS services that stepped in to fill the Google Reader void. It also supports standalone use without RSS syncing, can handle multiple accounts, and is iOS 7-ready.
The app also supports QUOTE.fm, Readability, Instapaper, Pocket, Evernote, Pinboard, Facebook, Twitter, App.net, and several other social sharing services.
With this new version out, Reeder is finally available again and fully functional on the iPhone and iPad. The Mac version is still in development.
Reeder 2 is a new app instead of an update for the old version, so it costs US$4.99. You can download it through Apple's iTunes-based App Store.