Timed cleverly with the launch of OSX El Capitan, the well-liked RSS customer Reeder is formally out with variant 3.0 now with complete support for OSX 10.11. As we first observed in Reeder 3’s community beta, the most recent model of the news aggregator features a variety of Yosemite and El Capitan type themes with translucency and contemporary layout.
OS X El Capitan customers will reap the benefits of features including utilizing Reeder in splitscreen mode alongside other supported fullscreen apps. The new edition also supports rsquo & Apple;s new program font, San Fran, plus lots of customization choices to help make the surroundings that is reading best meet your requirements. Take a look at the entire release notes below:
What’s New in Model 3.0
– Prepared for OSX El Capitan
– More topics
– Upgraded UI
– Help for sharing extensions
– Unread and starred counts for intelligent folders
– Conceal smart folders in unread/starred perspective if there are not any unread/starred things
– Personal exploring help (see Settings > Reading)
– Show the URL in the status-bar when hovering a link in the content viewer or browser
– New post viewer display settings: different font and uppercase choices for the name
– Full Screen now also functions when in minimized lay out mode
– New “Archive” folder in “All things” perspective mode which just reveals read things (no unread or starred)
– Pull to next/prior post
– Inoreader authentication
– Wrong unread/starred counts
– Reeder now uses San Fran as UI font on El Capitan
– fullscreen split perspective on El Capitan
– Different visible glitches on El Capitan
– Including a Feedly account utilizing Google has become correctly documented as register from Apple Macintosh (not iPhone)
Reeder is a Mac app for subsequent internet publications by plugging in RSS subscriptions from providers like Web Feed and Feedly Wrangler if you’re unknown, without syncing abilities, or you also may use the app standalone.
Reeder 3 for Mac can be obtained as a free update for Reeder 2 clients and $9.99 for consumers through the Mac App Store.