Reeder for iPhone, one of the best Google Reader clients on iOS, just got a new update that introduces support for Feedly and Feed Wrangler. The release comes just a day after Google Reader reached its end, and you can expect the same for Reeder for iPad, and Reeder for Mac in the coming weeks.
Reeder creator Silvio Rizzi has been assuring users that development would continue on the app after July 1, when Google Reader officially closed its doors. And today’s update introduces support for alternative services that will ensure the apps can live on.
In addition to support for Feedly and Feed Wrangler, the release brings improved syncing with Feedbin. Google Reader has been removed from the service list, but Reeder will not delete existing accounts automatically — just in case.
Rizzi also plans similar updates for the Mac and iPad versions of reader, but updating the iPhone app has been the priority so far.
“Unfortunately, it’s not that easy to add other services to the current versions of these apps,” Rizzi wrote on the Reeder blog. “It’s probably best to use my time to work on the new versions, to get these out as soon as possible.”
The latest version of Reeder for iPhone is available to download from the App Store now.
Source: App Store