The Reeder app from Silvio Rizzi has been one of the most successful Google Reader clients for iOS devices, and has proven to be incredibly popular on the Mac since its beta release last November. Today, Reeder leaves its beta tag behind and arrives in the Mac App Store.
I’ve been using Reeder since its first beta arrived on the Mac, and although the application has changed a lot since then, it’s undoubtedly the best way to access Google Reader on your desktop. Its admirable interface and wonderfully simplistic user experience is what makes it one of the most popular RSS readers available.
If you already have a Google Reader account set up to service your RSS feed needs, all you have to do when you open up Reeder is sign in with your email address and password and all of your subscriptions will begin syncing seamlessly. Instapaper, ReadItLater, Readability, Pinboard, Delicious and Zootool are all beautifully integrated, and you have the ability to share articles with friends via Twitter and email.
Reeder allows you to customize its interface, which slightly resembles that on the iPad, and use gestures to navigate you way around the application.
Get Reeder in the Mac App Store now for $9.99.