updated 12:17 pm EDT, Thu May 29, 2014
Formerly Google-centric app picks up new sources
Following a relatively short beta period, the final version of Reeder 2 for the Mac is now available at the Mac App Store. The first Reeder was a popular RSS client, but revolved around the since-discontinued Google Reader service. The new version supports a diversity of sources, such as Feedbin, Feedly, Feed Wrangler, Fever, Readability, and local and standalone RSS feeds.
Reeder 2 also supports themes, gesture controls, and customizable shortcuts. Sharing options include common choices like Mail, Messages, Facebook, and Twitter, but also things like Pocket, Evernote, Readability, Instapaper, and Safari Reading List. Still rarer sharing options cover Quote.fm, Buffer, MarsEdit, Pinboard, Delicious, and App.net.
The app costs $10, and requires OS X Mavericks.