Reeder app adds Feedly support after Google Reader's demise

With no more feeds available from Google, the app now supports both Feedly and Feed Wrangler.

Reeder has added support for feeds from Feedly.
Reeder has added support for feeds from Feedly. Screenshot by Lance Whitney/CNET

Users of the RSS iOS app Reeder can now add feeds from Feedly following the demise of Google Reader.

Released on Tuesday, version 3.2 of Reeder for iOS no longer supports Google Reader since the search giant's RSS service has kicked the bucket. But the new support for Feedly should be able to fill the gap.

Feedly has been hard at work trying to make itself a home for RSS users. The company recently upgraded its site to offer a new interface and end its dependence on Google's RSS feeds.

Feedly has also made it easy for former Google Reader users to import all of their customized news feeds. I recently imported my Google Reader feeds to Feedly and found the process quick and simple.

The latest version of Reeder also adds support for Feed Wrangler and improves syncing with Feedbin.

Reeder is compatible with the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. It requires iOS 5.1 or higher and takes advantage of the iPhone 5's larger screen.

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