Read Steven Sande’s entire article here.
What happens when you make a Google Reader client for iPad and Mac, and then Google announces that the service is closing up shop on July 1, 2013? If you’re developer Silvio Rizzi, you continue development on a version of your app that won’t rely on Google Reader, and you give away your app for free. As of today, Rizzi is making Reeder for iPad and Reeder for Mac freely available.
- Reeder for iPad and Mac is now free (tuaw.com)
- Reeder Goes Free On The iPad & Mac Until Google Reader Shuts Down(cultofmac.com)
- Reeder developer promises further development post-Google Reader(macworld.com)
- Reeder goes free on Mac and iPad (idownloadblog.com)
- Popular RSS App Reeder Announces Upcoming Support For Google Reader Alternative Feedbin (cultofmac.com)
- 3 Great Alternatives to Google Reader (techtalk.currys.co.uk)
- Reeder App For iPad And Mac Goes Free For Limited Time, Development Will Continue Despite Google Reader Shutting Down (redmondpie.com)
- Google Reader aftermath: Feedly iOS gets big updates, while Reeder for Mac goes free (ichsagmal.com)
- Reeder for Mac and iPad Are Free for a Limited Time (lifehacker.com)
- Reeder to use Feedbin to power its newsreading feature (tuaw.com)