Reeder for iPad Updated, Now Saves to Evernote

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Reeder for iPad, the popular RSS reader app, has been updated this week, to Version 1.5.1.

It’s not a major update, but it does add a strong new feature, and one that comes via popular demand – the ability to save to Evernote.

Here’s the short, full change list for this update:

By popular request, Reeder can now save to Evernote, finally!
Fixed:
– Disappearing subscriptions (If you’re still seeing this, a restart of the app should help)
– Possible crash on launch
New:
– Readability syncing now can also be disabled from within the app (in addition to the toggle in Settings.app > Reeder)

Here’s an App Store link for Reeder for iPad; it’s priced at $4.99.

I’ve tried Reeder a few times on iPad and iPhone and just never found it as great as many of my friends and colleagues do. Maybe it’s time to give it another look.

What’s your favorite RSS app for the iPad?


Patrick Jordan

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3 thoughts on “Reeder for iPad Updated, Now Saves to Evernote”

  1. I tried Reeder, but now that I have Flipboard all set up, I can’t imagine using anything else. If only Flipboard would add a “send to Evernote” option, I’d be truly happy!

  2. I use Mr. Reader. I purchased Reeder as well, but couldn’t get used to the dysfunctional, but pretty design interface, in which you have to pinch in order to open a list, instead of clicking on it.

  3. Undoubtedly MobileRSS Free is my favorite, both on iPhone and the larger version on the iPad. It’s free and it’s great. Sure there are banner ads, but that’s the price of a freeby.

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