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Reeder 2 hits the App Store, brings back iPad compatibility

Mariella Moon, @mariella_moon
September 12, 2013
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When Silvio Rizzi pulled down the Reeder app for iPad after Google Reader's death, he swore to develop and eventually release a new version. Now, Rizzi has made good on that promise by launching Reeder 2 -- a reworking of the older RSS reader that's compatible with both iPhones and iPads. The app sports a brand-spankin' new interface that replaces the old browns and sepias with gray, pulls feeds from several sources -- including Feedly and Feedbin -- and it can now also open links on Google Chrome. Reeder 2's now available on the App Store, but if you feel iffy shelling out $4.99 for it, you can give the RSS client a whirl by getting the older iPhone version for the low, low price of free.

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