Reeder 3.2 for iPhone goes live, featuring connectivity with Feedly Cloud
July 1st was the long awaited day for the shutdown of Google Reader. Hardly a day after the popular RSS reader flew off to the sunset, and with users now looking for RSS reader alternatives to Google Reader, Reeder version 3.2 received Apple’s approval. Version 3.2 provides support for Feed Wrangler (smart streams are yet to be included in Feed Wrangler) and, more importantly, integrates with Feedly cloud so users can now use Reeder to read their Feedly on their iPhone.
The previous version of Reeder already supported Fever, Feedbin, and standalone or local RSS without syncing.
A post in the Reeder blog has revealed that the major update for the iPhone version was not planned until after the success of the new iPad version. The other Reeder versions (for iPad and Mac) have received updates too, as the ones available on the App Store before July 1st were developed to work only with Google Reader. These were discontinued as of yesterday.