“Silvio Rizzi had a damn good day. Not only did the Swiss creator of Reeder, the must-have Google Reader, um, reader for iOS, pushed out version 2.2 for iPhone, adding Facebook integration and a one-swipe gesture to send an article to Instapaper, but he also released Reeder for Mac Draft 1, a beta but still extremely polished RSS for everyone’s favorite non-touch OS,” Pete Mortensen reports for Cult of Mac.
“I’ve been using it for the past several hours, and I can confirm that it’s the perfect desktop companion to on the go RSS-ing — I’m never popping open Google Reader in a browser ever again,” Mortensen reports. “It’s very clean, evoking the look of the iPhone and iPad versions, but with an interface well-suited to the comfy confines of OS X.”
Mortensen reports, “This is a knock-out, one of the most delightful Mac apps I’ve tried in awhile. Can’t wait until it gets a bit more seasoning.”
Full article, with screenshot, here.
More info and download link for Reeder for Mac 1.0 Draft 1 here.