Reeder App for Mac Launches on Mac App Store

The RSS feed application Reeder, favored by many iOS users, has officially transitioned from beta and is now available on the Mac App Store.

Initially offered for free during its beta phase, the full version of Reeder for Mac now costs US$9.99, which is over double the cost of its iPad counterpart.

This price includes the ability to sync with Google Reader at no additional cost, and it integrates with several third-party services like Readability, Instapaper, ReadItLater, Pinboard, Delicious, Zootool, and others.

The application sports a customizable multi-column layout that bears a resemblance to its iPad version, and it supports gestures and customizable keyboard shortcuts.

For avid news readers using a Mac, Reeder offers a significant improvement over traditional methods like browsing through Safari or Mail.

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