As you know, Google Reader is due to close on July 1. There have been some concerns raised over the future of Reeder, the popular RSS client which used Google Reader as one of its main sources.
Today, on the Reeder website, developers have announced that development of Reeder will continue after July 1. The iPhone version, which draws on services other than Google Reader, is currently being prepped for intergration with Feedbin, as well as support for standalone and local RSS, which is still experimental. Version 3.1 should be ready in the near future, with plans to add more services in the future.
Reeder for Mac and iPad will be updated to 2.0 in the coming months, version 2.0 will bring all the features of the iPhone version to iPad and Mac. Even cooler than that, Reeder for Mac and iPad will be free, starting from today!
If you’d like to stay up-to-date with news on Reeder, then head on over to @reederapp.