Reeder 3

Reeder 3

By Silvio Rizzi

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2013-09-12
  • Current Version: 3.1.2
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 11.45 MB
  • Developer: Silvio Rizzi
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 1,782 Ratings


Reeder 3, a news reader with support for multiple services like - Feedbin - Feedly - Feed Wrangler - Fever - FeedHQ - Inoreader - NewsBlur - Minimal Reader - The Old Reader - BazQux Reader - Instapaper. Don't want to use a third-party service? Reeder also supports local/standalone RSS (no sync). Themes: - Light - Classic (iPad only) - Dark (night reading) - White (more contrast) - Black (more contract, night reading) Sharing services: - Safari Reading List - Buffer - Instapaper - Pocket - Evernote - Pinboard - Twitter - Facebook - Messages - Mail ...and more via sharing extensions.



  • Dev's gone AWOL

    By TreoRenegade
    And it shows. Sad.
  • The past is the past

    By Mayim
    Used to be the best app on my phone. Now it’s borderline unusable. Crashes every time I use it. Not sure how the mighty have fallen so hard.
  • Pretty much abandoned

    By Jeff.Bernard
    Great app design but the developer has seemingly abandoned the app. Would not recommend purchasing the app at this time. Adding an article to Reading List causes the app to crash on a regular basis.
  • No support. No instructions. Useless. Avoid!

    By krtsztino
    For an expensive app like this whose desktop version works well, I expected functionality and support. I found neither. Avoid this app!
  • Depressing to use

    By Tech guy/SF
    The color scheme is so low contrast (light gray on medium gray) that titles and descriptions are needlessly hard to read. Every time I open the app, I’m struck by how depressing the UI is. There are nice animations and all, but the app is unpleasant to use. I keep going back to my previous RSS reader because the browsing and reading experience is so much better.
  • The perfect RSS app

    By djcaston
    I’ve been subscribing to RSS feeds for over a decade and have used quite a few apps over the years. I’ve found that everyone wants different things when it comes to an RSS reader, so it’s not always best to recommend the same one to everyone. Reeder is, to me, the best RSS reading application that I’ve ever used. In certain ways it is delightful. It has a good selection of fonts, plenty of customization for line height and width, an enormous selection of third party service integrations, and endless customization with regard to how many articles are saved, what gets cached, what third party services get displayed when you click the share button, and settings for many other little attributes of the application. In other ways, it’s perfectly transparent. It’s lightning fast, the organization model is sensible and intuitive, the gestures are customizable and natural, and the UI allows you to focus purely on the content. The fact that it has a Mac app as well is a major positive for anyone that reads from their computer. Everything gets synchronized between the applications and it makes it super easy to just pick up reading on whatever device you want to read from at that moment. Reeder is probably for you if: - You’re not interested in an algorithm determining what things you would be interested in because you already did that with your own brain when you added the RSS feed url to the app - You’re not interested in an algorithm pushing certain stories to the top of the list because you just want to go through a chronological list of articles and decide what you want to read yourself. - You follow a large quantity of feeds or have a lot of articles per day (Reeder is still excellent with smaller lists, but it does excel with high volumes of content where other apps fail) - You like to be able to choose between serif or sans-serif fonts and customize line height and text size - You use third party services for saving articles - You just want something that is the best possible version of an RSS READER. Not some weird service that fills up your page with non-chronological, algorithmically sorted blocks of giant pictures with no text, that you then have to click on to see anything of use. I have tried Unread as well but it lacks in customization, makes weird decisions with themes and fonts, and has a tendency to be slow in weird ways (like long transitions and seemingly long amounts of time between a tap and the associated event occurring).
  • bad customer support and barely no space for customization

    By jdkwoksna
    I’m always careful to give a negative review because I know how important a review means for indie iOS developers... Sorry, no, not this time. I’ve heard that reeder is a prestigious and great app, in the domain of rss reader. But it just turns out to be a totally disappointment. You have to follow the design choice of the developer, there’re some options that you can tweak in setting page, but that’s even far from the minimum. If you are not satisfied with some UX logic? Most likely you’ll have to get used to it(with some bugs that appear randomly). What’s worse, developer never replies your email! Hence 2 stars, I’m not giving 1 star because, well, at least it’s a working app.
  • Definitely the best RSS reader

    By doctorclack
    Tons of features and a great design. I use this app every day and prefer it's user experience to feedly or Flipboard.
  • Lack of notifications is a deal-breaker

    By ramseyben
    I purchased this app because of the integration with Feedly, and I mistakenly believed Reeder would provide the one piece missing from the Feedly app: push notifications. I like the design and interface of Reeder, but for me, it does not provide any additional features that make it worth using instead of the Feedly app. If I used multiple services and wanted to combine them into one app, this would fit the bill, but I only use Feedly, and I was looking for push notifications, which Feedly does not provide. As a result, I wasted $5 to find out this app does not provide the functionality I was searching for.
  • No import of OPML

    By A usenetter
    From what I can tell of the sparse documentation, I cannot see any way to import OPML newsfeed lists. I wrote them asking about this, but never received a reply after several weeks. With poor documentation, poor import capabilities and nonexistent support, stay away from this app.