Reeder for iPad is now out in the App Store. This has been a hugely popular RSS reader app on the iPhone for some time now, and the arrival of its iPad version has been heavily anticipated.
Forgive me if you already know about this one by the way – I’ve been in World Cup Enjoying mode for much of the weekend, and not keeping up with techie news as much as usual.
Here’s the listing of features for Reeder for iPad, from its App Store page:
Syncs with Google Reader
– Browse by feed or folders
– Manage starred items, notes
– Support for shared items and friends’ shared items
– Mark as unread
– Image caching
– State saving
– Slider control for list entries:
> slide to right to toggle read/unread
< slide to left to toggle starred/unstarred
– Send to Instapaper or ReadItLater
– Save to Delicious* or Pinbard
– Post to Twitter
– In-app email for sharing articles
– Instapaper and Google Mobilizer
– Open with Safari
– Copy Link
* Saving to Delicious doesn’t work with a Yahoo login at the moment
I have not been as big a fan of Reeder on the iPhone as some of my colleagues over at our sister site covering the iPhone are – but I’ve been giving it another try leading up to the iPad version release, and liking it a little more than before.
Having only just installed Reeder for iPad minutes ago, I don’t have any major thoughts on it as yet, except one – it look very different to the iPhone app.
Here are a couple more screenshots of the app:
You can find Reeder for iPad in the App Store now, priced at $4.99.