Reeder App Updated For The New MacBook Pro’s Retina Display

Reeder App Updated For The New MacBook Pro’s Retina Display

Your favorite RSS app on the Mac now comes with Retina goodness.

Silvio Rizzi has updated his popular Google RSS app, Reeder, with Retina graphics for the 2012 next-generation MacBook Pro. Version 1.1.7 of Reeder is available now as a small update in the Mac App Store. Interface elements and feed text in the app will now be displayed at the new MacBook Pro’s full, Retina resolution.

If you have a new MacBook Pro with Retina Display, you know the pain of using an app that hasn’t been updated with Retina graphics. Twitter for Mac is a perfect example. Non-Retina apps look pixelated and ugly. This new update for Reeder will surely please many RSS junkies like myself.

Reeder’s 1.1.7 update also addresses a small issue with sharing links to Twitter from inside the app.

You can download Reeder in the Mac App Store for $5 and learn more about the iPhone and iPad companion apps on the web.

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  • thehighesttimes

    I just got this app on my Mac, pretty cool. Anyone wanna suggest a few decent feeds for me to get started? Cheers.

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