Reeder 3, a popular news reader that lets you add RSS feeds from multiple accounts, is now free for iOS and macOS. I don’t know if this is temporary or permanent, but it might be a sign that Reeder 4 is coming. In any case, it’s a great deal because the Mac app use to be US$9.99 and the iOS app was US$4.99. You can add accounts from Feedbin, Feedly, Feed Wrangler, Fever, FeedHQ, Inoreader, NewsBlur, Minimal Reader, The Old Reader, BazQux Reader, and Instapaper. You can also add a standalone RSS feed from a website. These are local and don’t sync between iOS and macOS. Sharing services include Safari Reading List, Buffer, Instapaper, Pocket, Evernote, Pinboard, Twitter, Facebook, Messages, Mail, and more. App Store | Mac App Store
Both news apps and RSS readers are useful tools to stay on top of the news you care about. Which type of app you choose depends on your needs.
If you’ve found modern feed readers too cumbersome or full-featured for your use, you might be in the camp that just needs a bare-bones feed reader. Thanks to an often-overlooked feature in Safari for iOS, you’ve already got one. Jeff Butts shows you how to use it in this Quick Tip.