|I love the way Reeder's interface lets you tap, scroll, and pull to move to the next post|
Thursday, March 17, 2011
Portable PD, Part Two
Last week I posted about Flipboard, an iPad app that lets you take your favorite "feeds" (Twitter, Facebook, etc) on the go with you. I mentioned that it is not my preferred way to view my Google Reader blogs, because I like to look at them individually and not all mashed up! My favorite way to view Reader is actually at reader.google.com, but if I am on the train or reclining somewhere, I do like Reeder for both iPhone and iPad. Reeder lets you review everything that has been posted recently in a particular blog and syncs the items you read back to Google Reader, so that when you return to the web interface you will know what you looked at! Additionally, you can star items that you know you want to bookmark or think about in more depth later (something you can also do with Flipboard). Reeder sets you back a few bucks ($2.99/$4.99 for iPhone and iPad, respectively, and it's worth getting both if you have both) but is definitely a good item to have on your iDevice.