Reeder can sync with a whole suite of online services, including: Reeder syncs smoothly with all three of my test accounts: Feedly, Feedbin, and Feed Wrangler.The feed for a site ( shows fine in Google Chrome, but in Firefox and Safari it gives errors.The closure of Google Reader had many predicting the death of RSS, but in its wake, numerous services have sprung up, and there’s been a resurgence in RSS applications for both i OS and mac OS.Unread — our favorite app for reading RSS feeds on the i Pad — doesn’t have a desktop version, but that doesn’t mean the genre is dead.In testing apps for this review, I set up accounts with Feedly, Feedbin, and Feed Wrangler with the same set of feeds subscribed to in each. A good RSS app should be able to save content to read-it-later services and share links on social networks as well as built-in mac OS apps like Mail, Messages, and more.For apps that don’t sync with RSS services, I had a test . Lastly, and perhaps most important, a good RSS client should be easy to use and present users with a clean, efficient reading environment. In fact, when the Mac app first launched in 2011, it was a port Whilst Reeder for i OS and Reeder for Mac are the same app as far as the main concept goes (quickly fetch unread items for Google Reader, skim through them easily, provide features to do anything you want with RSS feeds), Reeder on mac OS is obviously more “powerful” when you take in consideration the keyboard support, the subscription management, or the simple fact that links can be opened in the background in your desktop browser.The reader is available within the browser’s Shared Links pane and is denoted by the eponymous @ symbol in the Safari sidebar.UPDATED 31/7/17: Looks like this feature disappears in i OS 11.
Each of these browsers actually has a mini feed reader built in, so they'll try to parse the feed Thanks for the response.
So if it’s not appearing, wait a few seconds and try again.