13 comments

  • George PapadakisGeorge Papadakis, almost 8 years ago

    Superbly designed - as always.

    Fun fact: Whenever I am about to give up on RSS, a new Reeder version gets released.

    7 points
  • Todd Smith-Salter, almost 8 years ago

    Honestly, it looks great, but I've pretty much abandoned RSS in favour of curated Twitter Lists.

    4 points
  • Gadzhi KharkharovGadzhi Kharkharov, almost 8 years ago

    Let me pay for that thing.

    2 points
  • Ernest Ojeh, almost 8 years ago

    Beautiful app. I'm really liking the iOS style switch.. Is this a new trend? First time seeing it on an OS X app.

    2 points
  • Jayna WallaceJayna Wallace, almost 8 years ago

    I loved LOVED Reeder for iPad up until about a week ago when it started to suck in the exact same post for every single feed, no matter what it is. I've tried restarting, tried reinstalling the app - to no avail. Can you please fix what we've ALREADY paid for before releasing (even in Beta) a version for the desktop? I don't want to abandon Reeder for Feedly, but sadly Feedly is the only one that actually works.

    To Robin R.'s point -- the columns take up an awful lot of screen real estate unnecessarily. Oh, and I can't get it to sync any of my feeds (another issue also on the iPad), otherwise I could comment on that....

    1 point
  • Robin RaszkaRobin Raszka, almost 8 years ago (edited almost 8 years ago )

    I'm using Reeder on my iPad/iPhone everyday at least once and I love it. But this Mac version is quite far from being well designed for desktop.

    This is how it looks after I logged in. 4 columns, Seriously? I'm sure there must be a way how to do it with just one.

    Also comparing this to the upcoming Mailbox for Mac it looks like 100yo interface.

    1 point
    • Todd Smith-Salter, almost 8 years ago

      Ctrl+Cmd+L gets you to minimal view, which helps, but yeah. Four columns is pretty gnarly. It is their beta, so there's a slight chance that could change, but don't bet the farm.

      Minimal Mode

      1 point
  • Steven Harley, almost 8 years ago

    No Digg Reader support :(

    0 points
    • Chris HerbertChris Herbert, almost 8 years ago

      Digg Reader has no 3rd party API support so you're only limited to the web app or the mobile apps for now. It has been discussed though.

      0 points