Reeder 2.1 zgłoszony do App Store

Twórca Reedera poinformował na Twitterze, że kolejna wersja aplikacji 2.1 została zgłoszona do App Store.

What’s new:

  • Themes (can be changed in the article viewer → “aA” button)
  • iPhone: Landscape support for images and videos
  • Article list: group by feeds or by date
  • Add to Safari Reading List
  • Pinch gesture for Readability in the article viewer
  • OPML import (Reeder can now open .opml files), for local/standalone RSS only
  • Setting to disable pull-to-next/previous in the article viewer (see Settings→General)
  • Enable/disable sharing services in the top settings list
  • Sharing: Messages can be disabled now
  • Feedbin, Feedly, Fever, RSS: Sort subscriptions alphabetically, folders first or feeds first (per account setting)


  • Article Viewer: Improved right edge swipe detection for the services panel
  • Mark all as read: Immediately remove the subscription list entry (no delay)
  • Faster and less bouncy „Mark all as read” sheet
  • Improved article layout
  • Hide the status bar for the fullscreen image viewer (iOS 7)
  • Removing of read articles when syncing or going back to the subscription list
  • Also dim selected, read articles
  • Feed Wrangler: List smart streams first, then feeds


  • Truncated / wrongly sized input fields in the Settings (default recipients in the mail settings)
  • Disabled scrolling in the article viewer
  • Only apply the option to sort by oldest first to the unread article list
  • Truncated description text in the Settings
  • Crash when selecting a row in a list
  • Missing images for cached articles
  • Swipe to go back in the settings (iPhone)
  • Service panel issues when tap-and-holding on a link
  • Infinite caching of the same articles
  • Fever: Filter out „#comment hash”
  • Fever: Improved handling of self signed certificates (https)
  • Empty article list
  • An issue where it wasn’t possible to sign out of a sharing service under certain circumstance
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