Reeder 3, a news reader with support for multiple services like
- Feed Wrangler
- Minimal Reader
- The Old Reader
- BazQux Reader
Don't want to use a third-party service? Reeder also supports local/standalone RSS (no sync).
- Classic (iPad only)
- Dark (night reading)
- White (more contrast)
- Black (more contract, night reading)
- Safari Reading List
...and more via sharing extensions.
- Issues when using Reeder with a keyboard
- Wrong scroller position in the in-app browser
- Improved iPhone X support
Ratings and Reviews
Whether you're an RSS-feed expert or don't even know what “RSS" stands for, Reeder is an ideal choice for staying on top of the news. This intuitive reader continues to stand out with smart 3D Touch integration, subtle animations, and a delightfully uncomplicated interface. Best of all, it's compatible with an exhaustive number of feeds and sharing services, so you'll always have something new to read.
My most used app. Updated for iPhone X.
I’ve been using Reeder for years and it is my single most used app by far (lives in the dock). I actually emailed the dev yesterday wondering if the app would be updated for my new iPhone X and received a response in less than an hour assuring me it was done and submitted for review. I just saw that the app was approved and it’s working well on the iPhone X.
Reeder does a few things that no other RSS reader does including emailing entire articles (rather than just the headline and link). You can also pre-populate addresses for sharing by email - I have one close friend whom I share articles with and it’s 2 clicks for him to receive the full article in his inbox.
The feed is very nicely minimalistic only showing headlines and the first line of text allowing you to go through your feeds fast without thumbnails, etc stealing focus. The Mercury reader does a great job at pulling in the essentials of articles including key images.
Bad, Just Bad
Update: Not at all impressed with this app anymore. I used to love it, but as of late my perception changed. The developer does not update the app, does not respond to support emails, and does not listen to customer concerns. Case in point - I reported the major flaw noted below, both via email and app review, two years(!) ago - never heard back and nothing has changed.
Additionally, the app is 100% inaccessible to anyone who has to use accessibility features. How sad such a popular app is so inaccessible.
Critical flaw: It's way too easy to accidentally mark everything as read and no way to undo that! While reading at night I accidentally long pressed and BAM hundreds of articles I intentionally saved to read later were marked read and gone. No way to revert. All my saved articles lost. Very very upset about this. Who even uses this gesture anyways, who batch reads everything above/below an article? I've never once wanted to do that. This should be removed or at very least add the ability to turn this off. Update: This happens frequently, at least once a month. Absolutely infuriating.
- Silvio Rizzi
- 12 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- You must be at least 17 years old to download this app.
- Unrestricted Web Access
- © Silvio Rizzi
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.