Reeder 3

Timed cleverly with the launch of OS X El Capitan, the popular RSS client Reeder is officially out with version 3.0 today with full support for OS X 10.11. As we first saw in Reeder 3’s public beta, the latest version of the feed reader includes a selection of Yosemite and El Capitan style themes with translucency and modern design.

OS X El Capitan users will benefit from new features including using Reeder in split-screen mode next to other supported full-screen apps. The new version also supports Apple’s new system font, San Francisco, plus a lot of customization options to make the reading environment best fit your needs. Check out the full release notes below:

What’s New in Version 3.0

What’s new: – Ready for OS X El Capitan – More themes – Updated UI – Support for sharing extensions – Unread and starred counts for smart folders – Hide smart folders in unread/starred view if there are no unread/starred items – Private browsing support (see Settings > Reading) – Display the URL in the status bar when hovering a link in the article viewer or browser – New article viewer display settings: separate font and uppercase options for the title – Fullscreen now also works when in minimized layout mode – New “Archive” folder in “All items” view mode which only shows read items (no unread or starred) – Pull to next/previous article

Fixed: – Inoreader authentication – Incorrect unread/starred counts – Reeder now uses San Francisco as UI font on El Capitan – Full screen split view on El Capitan – Various visual glitches on El Capitan – Adding a Feedly account using Google is now correctly reported as sign in from Mac (not iPhone)

If you’re unfamiliar, Reeder is a Mac app for following web publications by plugging in RSS subscriptions from services like Feedly and Feed Wrangler, or you can use the app standalone without syncing capabilities.

Reeder 3 for Mac is available as a free update for Reeder 2 customers and $9.99 for users through the Mac App Store.

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