Apple should totally hire Silvio Rizzi. The guy knows UI in and out. As is evident from his super simple yet awesome website, he pays a lot of attention to detail. I have been using reeder for iPad since the last few months now. Its arguably one of the best ways to access Google reader on your iPad. I recently bought the mac OS X reeder app optimized for Lion and have totally fallen in love with it.
The app has a slick user interface with only icons (no text) which might take a little time to get used to. But once you do, you will never want to go back to the web interface. All your feeds are presented beautifully in a full screen app with gorgeous animations and a plethora of options.
The UI of the app is totally customizable. The app’s icon in the dock shows you the unread count. You can choose from two preset color themes or adjust the settings manually to create one that suits you. In addition to choosing the font, customizing gestures, shortcuts and sync intervals, you can also enable/disable services which should be shown in the menus. The app uses animations beautifully to give you an awesome user experience.
Enough said. The app is totally worth its price. Available on the Mac App Store for $10. Here are some screenshots:
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