Gruml – Google Reader for Mac OS

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Gruml allows you to view and manage your feed subscriptions of your Google Reader account on Mac OS X.

Read your newsfeeds, manage them in folders, tag them, and much more – all in sync with your Google Reader account.

Manage your feeds in folders and tag articles as you like.
Gruml allows you to organize the folders of your Google Reader account, to rename them, to add new ones – assign your subscriptions to folders as you like.

Gruml allows you to view and manage your feed subscriptions of your Google Reader account on Mac OS X.

Read your newsfeeds, manage them in folders, tag them, and much more – all in sync with your Google Reader account.

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Pulse News Reader

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Pulse News Reader – Одна из моих любимых аппликаций для чтения RSS на  iPhone и iPad.
Сделана действительно качественно.
А теперь ещё и бесплатная.

Pulse is an elegant news reading application for iPhone, iPad and Android devices. It incorporates colorful panning story bars and fills them with content from your favorite sources. Pulse redefines news, giving you the opportunity to experience the news you desire from traditional sources, your favorite blogs and social networks – all in one beautiful interface.

Pulse News Reader was developed by Akshay Kothari and Ankit Gupta. The inspiration for Pulse came out of frustration at the news reading experience on mobile devices. They developed and introduced Pulse in ten weeks for a course at Stanford University. After launch, Pulse became the best-selling application in the App Store and Alphonso Labs was born.

Reeder 2 (for iPhone and iPad)

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Reeder 2

First of all, since a lot of people were asking, I’d like to point out that version 2 will be a free update if you already bought Reeder.

The first major update will bring some of the most requested features to Reeder. Apart from the new features, a lot of work was put into making everything faster… expect to see faster syncing and a more responsive UI while syncing. Or in more technical terms, Reeder doesn’t depend on CoreData anymore by using SQLite directly.

So, there is better performance, what else will make Reeder 2.0 so much better than 1.2? Well, let’s start with…

State saving

Finally, Reeder will remember where it was last time you used it. When quitting the app, Reeder will save its state and restore it on relaunch. No need to panic anymore if you get a phone call while reading an article.