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Reeder with Feedbin Sync

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Google Reader is dying. Google surprised many of us by announcing that it planned to close down Google Reader after June 2013. It has not taken people a whole lot of time to find quality RSS feed readers. Unfortunately, many iPhone and iPad apps that work by syncing with Google Reader won’t work after July 1. Not if they are not updated. Reeder for iPhone is one of the best RSS feed readers around. It has now been updated to support syncing with Feedbin.


Reeder is a fast client for Feedbin, Fever, and Readability. It can also serve as a local RSS reader. That means while you don’t get syncing, you will be able to pull feeds without having to rely on a third-party service. You can open multiple Feedbin, Fever, and Google Reader accounts with this. Many sharing services are supported too (including Pocket, Readability, Pinboard, Evernote, …).


Feedbin is not a free service. It will cost you $2 a month. Digg and a few other companies are planning to introduce their own Google Reader like services in the near future. Will Feedbin support those? Let’s hope so.

What’s your favorite RSS reader now that Google Reader is dying?

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