Reeder
Reeder
4.1.1

4.0

Reeder

Reeder

4.1.129 June 2019

RSS reader.

Reeder
$9.99
29 June 2019

4.0

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Reeder

Reeder

4.1.129 June 2019

RSS reader.

Overview

Reader is a news reader for the Mac with support for various sync services.

Reeder adds new features like…
  • The new Bionic Reading mode
  • An in-app Read Later service which syncs with iCloud
  • Image previews in the articles list (finally)
  • An image viewer
  • Much improved article viewer
  • More layout options, including automatic layout depending on window size
  • Improved reader view
Navigate the app using gestures for a great reading experience. Customize shortcuts and gestures to fine-tune the app to your needs.
Supported sync services:
  • Feedbin
  • Feedly
  • Feed Wrangler
  • FeedHQ
  • NewsBlur
  • The Old Reader
  • Inoreader
  • BazQux Reader
  • Instapaper
  • Pocket

If you want to use a self-hosted service, Reeder should work with services which use the Fever or the Google Reader API. Or just standalone RSS (without syncing) if you don't want to use any service.

What's new in Reeder

Version 4.1.1:
Fixed:
  • Pocket login & sync issues
  • Missing Pocket icon for list swipe action

Requirements for Reeder

  • OS X 10.10.0 or later

147 Reviews

Rate this app:

17 May 2011

Most helpful

The GUI is outstanding, but I have written this developer on several occasions to determine whether Reeder will be released in final form as a MAS only with no response. This is important as MAS is currently not an option for me. I have deleted Reeder as I do not wish to keep using an app they might potentially be unavailable to me and therefor waste my time (too bad, as I like Reeder a lot). There seems to be a trend here at MU where some developers are putting their betas out to pubic via MU, but then release as MAS only. Essentially, they are using MU the way people appear to be using Best Buy: go to Best Buy and see whether you like a product; go home and order it from Amazon. MU becomes free PR for MAS developers.
Like (8)
Version 1.0 Draft 15
26 October 2018
Almost perfect app! Unfortunately since "upgrading" to Mojave, I can't use the "add to reading list" feature which is a real shame. Hope the developer resolves this in the next update.
Like
Version 3.2.1
30 August 2018
Like
Version 3.2
09 May 2017
Wish I could rate Reeder higher, but Silvio Rizzi’s lack of interest in even responding to his customers really lets him down. Silvio seems to have taken a leaf out of David Watanabe’s book, a developer of the previously well loved RSS reader, NewsFire, what is it about RSS developers…? Breezing through a huge list of news feeds is simple, it’s all made easy thanks to the keyboard shortcuts. The built in web scraper is great. But then the built in WebKit view is terrible. Reeder has obviously had a lot of love in the past, but now it feels neglected, like Silvio has gotten bored of the project and quietly moved on. The best thing would be for the developer to sell Reeder on to someone who will polish up the great application he’s already made. Please, Silvio, do it for us!
Like (8)
Version 3.0.3
23 December 2016
Fast and efficient, the developper has published a new version of Reeder that replaces the deprecated Readability with another parser. He would certainly have avoided my profound disappointment and the my scathing review here below by pushing this update just a few days earlier and before the end of Readability's parser. Yes, a developper is just a human being after all, but my previous experiences with Rizzi's entirely inexistant customer relationship has exhausted my trust a long time ago…
Like (3)
Version 3.0.2
17 December 2016
Longtime user of the product, which I really like all in all. Like others though I've been deeply frustrated by Silvio Rizzi's complete disinterest in his customers. Now, despite Readability's announcement that they would shut down their service 6 months ago, Reeder still relies on it for its "reading" view; Readability's team was even good enough to link to an alternative. Your mileage may vary, of course, but for me that's the core feature of an RSS reader. So, well, if you want to be sure to have a product whose features don't disappear, and a developer polite enough to consider your requests worth an answer, I would recommend you just move on.
Like (5)
Version 3.0.1
1 answer(s)
yazombie-1
23 December 2016
Apparently impossible to edit a previous review - I guess it's a feature and not a bug, so will write a correction above.
Like
10 May 2016
Like
Version 3.0
19 January 2016
Like
Version 3.0
01 January 2016
Great software ! Love it
Like
Version 3.0
30 November 2015
Brilliant app but the developer simply DOES NOT reply to any of my questions. I've been sending emails to mac@reeder.ch and I continue to be ignored. NOT GOOD SERVICE!!
Like (5)
Version 3.0
09 October 2015
Awesome. And free from V2. Shut up and take my money.
Like
Version 3.0
$9.99

4.0

Category:

Internet

Internet Utilities

Developer Website:
DownloadPurchase now

Downloaded & Installed 44,082 times

$9.99

4.0

Category:

Internet

Internet Utilities

Developer Website:
DownloadPurchase now

Downloaded & Installed 44,082 times

Don't like new MacUpdate? Back to old design.

147 Reviews

Rate this app:

17 May 2011

Most helpful

The GUI is outstanding, but I have written this developer on several occasions to determine whether Reeder will be released in final form as a MAS only with no response. This is important as MAS is currently not an option for me. I have deleted Reeder as I do not wish to keep using an app they might potentially be unavailable to me and therefor waste my time (too bad, as I like Reeder a lot). There seems to be a trend here at MU where some developers are putting their betas out to pubic via MU, but then release as MAS only. Essentially, they are using MU the way people appear to be using Best Buy: go to Best Buy and see whether you like a product; go home and order it from Amazon. MU becomes free PR for MAS developers.
Like (8)
Version 1.0 Draft 15
26 October 2018
Almost perfect app! Unfortunately since "upgrading" to Mojave, I can't use the "add to reading list" feature which is a real shame. Hope the developer resolves this in the next update.
Like
Version 3.2.1
30 August 2018
Like
Version 3.2
09 May 2017
Wish I could rate Reeder higher, but Silvio Rizzi’s lack of interest in even responding to his customers really lets him down. Silvio seems to have taken a leaf out of David Watanabe’s book, a developer of the previously well loved RSS reader, NewsFire, what is it about RSS developers…? Breezing through a huge list of news feeds is simple, it’s all made easy thanks to the keyboard shortcuts. The built in web scraper is great. But then the built in WebKit view is terrible. Reeder has obviously had a lot of love in the past, but now it feels neglected, like Silvio has gotten bored of the project and quietly moved on. The best thing would be for the developer to sell Reeder on to someone who will polish up the great application he’s already made. Please, Silvio, do it for us!
Like (8)
Version 3.0.3
23 December 2016
Fast and efficient, the developper has published a new version of Reeder that replaces the deprecated Readability with another parser. He would certainly have avoided my profound disappointment and the my scathing review here below by pushing this update just a few days earlier and before the end of Readability's parser. Yes, a developper is just a human being after all, but my previous experiences with Rizzi's entirely inexistant customer relationship has exhausted my trust a long time ago…
Like (3)
Version 3.0.2
17 December 2016
Longtime user of the product, which I really like all in all. Like others though I've been deeply frustrated by Silvio Rizzi's complete disinterest in his customers. Now, despite Readability's announcement that they would shut down their service 6 months ago, Reeder still relies on it for its "reading" view; Readability's team was even good enough to link to an alternative. Your mileage may vary, of course, but for me that's the core feature of an RSS reader. So, well, if you want to be sure to have a product whose features don't disappear, and a developer polite enough to consider your requests worth an answer, I would recommend you just move on.
Like (5)
Version 3.0.1
1 answer(s)
yazombie-1
23 December 2016
Apparently impossible to edit a previous review - I guess it's a feature and not a bug, so will write a correction above.
Like
10 May 2016
Like
Version 3.0
19 January 2016
Like
Version 3.0
01 January 2016
Great software ! Love it
Like
Version 3.0
30 November 2015
Brilliant app but the developer simply DOES NOT reply to any of my questions. I've been sending emails to mac@reeder.ch and I continue to be ignored. NOT GOOD SERVICE!!
Like (5)
Version 3.0
09 October 2015
Awesome. And free from V2. Shut up and take my money.
Like
Version 3.0