Reeder 3

Reeder 3

By Silvio Rizzi

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2013-09-12
  • Current Version: 3.1.2
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 11.45 MB
  • Developer: Silvio Rizzi
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 1,804 Ratings


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). Themes: - Light - Classic (iPad only) - Dark (night reading) - White (more contrast) - Black (more contract, night reading) Sharing services: - Safari Reading List - Buffer - Instapaper - Pocket - Evernote - Pinboard - Twitter - Facebook - Messages - Mail ...and more via sharing extensions.



  • Updates, please?

    By BrotherDust
    I use this all on a daily basis and love it; but it could definitely use some update love, especially in light of recent iOS 12 release. Something changed and now theres a noticeable amount of lag between the time I release the “next article” (or down button) and when it actually changes the page. I know this sounds not-picky, but it is a problem. 😢
  • Report a bug, will update score once fixed

    By Feifeigu
    I'm using iPad Pro 1st generation and currently latest version of Reeder3. My issue is when I updated to reeder 3, it forced me to fill in account detail rather than old information. While logging in using Feedly, I falsely using a wrong gmail account. After I realized it and tried to delete this account and tried another account, it falsely logged me in using the wrong account without letting me choose from them. It happens even I deleted this app and restarted device. Thanks.
  • Sync between devices requires third party service

    By nomadic yeti
    I was quite disappointed to discover that the only way I could have Reeder on my iPhone sync with Reeder on my Mac or iPad was if I manage my feeds through a third party service (e.g., Feedly). I was hoping his app would be my one stop RSS solution, but it’s not. I would love to see support for the completely free RSS service
  • Chinese languages please.

    By 诚诚诚诚诚诚诚诚诚诚诚.
    Chinese languages please.
  • Past it’s prime

    By Runeko
    I was a big believer in this app. I remember when google dropped their support of google reader, I was sad; then I found Feedly. Feedly was ok, and it got the job done, but was not really a pleasant experience. Then I found Reeder; I was so excited. I remember when Reeder was amazing, fresh, and just what I thought the RSS experience on an iPhone should be. When Reeder was updated to Version 3, I jumped in. Now, it’s old and clunky. The UI Design feels ancient and I don’t know that it’s worth the money I payed for it anymore. I only use it because I haven’t found anything better. If you find something that works for you, go for it. This app hasn’t been updated in 8 months. I can only imagine there’s going to be a new version for which I’ll have to spend $40 to update all my devices. Very disappointing.
  • Best news reader, great support team

    By vcao21
    Reeder has always been my go-to news reader (iOS and macOS). Developer was pretty awesome and receptive to feedback like incorporating keyboard support.
  • Once upon a time, this app was 5 stars...

    By 8 bit snow
    But then the dev stopped updating it, and issue creep set in. Just had to have my iPhone replace and can’t figure out how to add back my multiple feedly accounts. I keep trying to update password, but it tells me the one that successfully logged in is already logged in. Ugh. So irritating. To the dev, I say, if you need more money, I’ll be happy to drop it if you put out version 4! I’ve enjoyed using your apps over the years and thank you for your efforts and updates. I’m also an iOS dev. And I get that things happen. New job or family additions. It’s all good, but if you no longer plan to support this app. I/we need to know so can commit to another app going forward. Meanwhile, for those of you looking for a replacement... Fiery Feeds seems promising!
  • Excellent RSS reader

    By _m_a_x_
    Still going strong. Some minor improvements would be nice (such as expiring old unread items from certain noisy feeds) but overall this is one of my most used apps.
  • Rarely updated

    By Bythenessy
    I have been using Reeder for years, and in the past I would have considered it a 5 star app, but it is rarely updated by its author, and the current version has some display problems on my 12” iPad Pro. It also is frustrating that while Apple has iCloud for syncing across platforms, Reeder requires that you use a 3rd party service that can cost $19-$60 per year. I would much rather trust Apple with my data than some 3rd party startup that not only will charge me, but will also likely have less respect for my privacy.
  • Dev's gone AWOL

    By TreoRenegade
    And it shows. Sad.