Reeder 3 for Mac enters public beta
July 30, 2015
the best RSS client for the Mac, has entered public beta. Version 3 will add many new features — including syncing your read-it-later items with Instapaper — as well as an updated UI, new themes, and more. There’s no word on a final release date, but it will require OS X Yosemite or higher.
If you rely on Reeder every day like we do, the new release is worth keeping an eye on, but may be unstable or buggy at times, as all betas are. We are spending time with the beta and will update our review once Reeder 3 ships.
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