Reeder 3

Developer: Silvio Rizzi

Current Version: 3.1.2

Last Updated: 3 months ago

Download Size: 8.4 MB - Download


Reeder 3, a news reader with support for multiple services like
- Feedbin
- Feedly
- Feed Wrangler
- Fever
- FeedHQ
- Inoreader
- NewsBlur
- Minimal Reader
- The Old Reader
- BazQux Reader
- Instapaper.
Don't want to use a third-party service? Reeder also supports local/standalone RSS (no sync).

Other features:
- Themes
- Gestures
- Customizable shortuts

Sharing services:
- Safari Reading List
- Buffer
- Instapaper
- Pocket
- Evernote
- MarsEdit
- Pinboard
- Twitter
- Facebook
- Messages
- Mail
...and more via sharing extensions.


Release Notes:

- Keyboard navigation issues (when trying to step into the last feed in the list)
- In-app browser video playing issues


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 3.0
Review by eugene_o

Best RSS reader - I was really happy to see a new version of Reeder. It is one of the most polished apps I've used. I spend more time in Reeder than in the web browser every day. Syncing through feedly works really seamlessly. The current top review says that Reeder has ads. The reviewer must be confused: there have never been any ads in Reeder itself - only the ads the web sites put in pages and RSS feeds.

Found helpful by 29 out of 31 people
Version 2.5.1
Review by cm227

don’t buy if you expect any support from the developer - my one star review is a rating of the developer, not the software. i work for a software company. when one of my clients, who is paying us for our software, contacts me to let me know of a critical, functionality breaking issue, i respond to them immediately to let them know we will look into it, even if i don’t know what the issue is at that moment. this is just basic customer service. i recently experienced an issue with Reeder that caused it to suddenly stop synching with Feedly for no apparent reason. seeing as synching with RSS services is the core function of this software, i reached out to the developer to get help fixing it. i contact him on Twitter and via the support email address provided on his website and received no response. there were multiple people on Twitter experiencing the same issue as me, and the developer was not replying to anyone. you would assume that when numerous people (who paid for your software) are telling you that the core functionality of your application is suddenly broken, you would respond. the developer of Reeder apparently doesn’t grasp the concept of customer service. the application itself is a clean, fast RSS reader. some basic features that are part of pretty much every other RSS reader available, like the ability to group feeds into folders, or manual sorting of feeds, are missing. but, for a light user like me, it serves its purpose well.

Found helpful by 112 out of 140 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 3.1.2
Review by rezzoIO

Doesn’t work with Feedly - Doesn’t work with Feedly. November 29, 2017

Found helpful by 1 out of 2 people
Version 3.1.2
Review by smithmjm

still the best - I've used Reeder for years and it remains the best RSS reader for the Mac.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
Version 3.1.2
Review by cml445

The Full Text/Mercury Reader function is invaluable - Love this app. Rich, flexible yet clean. Clicking the dimly lit (should be more obvious) mercury reader button on the bottom right corner allows you to see a full text version of the article in Reeder rather than having to link to the web. So much easier, cleaner and faster. Good layout and visuals with a lot of options. Works very well. Well worth the $. Would prefer more contrast between read and unread topics in the list but that’s a minor issue. Well done!!

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
Version 3.1.2
Review by Liam in Ohio

Really great app; just needs a few tweaks - After much searching, I’ve settled on Reeder as the best RSS reader for me. It is attractive, flexible, and feature-rich, and I use it every day. There are a few things that keep this from being 5 stars for me: the way to structure and search your feeds could be more intuitive; after every update I have to swap out the ugly Soviet-looking icon for something I can stand looking at; I wish for more options for the interface; etc. But overall this is the best compromise of usability, features, and attractiveness I’ve found in a newsreader—highly recommended.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people