Reeder for Chrome Transforms Google Reader into a Clean Feed Reading Experience
Chrome: Reeder for Chrome is inspired by Reeder for Mac OS and iOS, but it’s not from the same developers. Nevertheless, it retains the clean and easy-to-use look and feel of the original, and completely re-skins Google Reader into a clean and attractive three-paned feed reader that looks just like the desktop and mobile app.
If you’re a big fan of Reeder on the desktop, or just want to get a feel for what its like before you pay for the iOS or Mac OS versions, Reeder for Chrome can give you a similar experience. It’s missing some of the smooth transitions, but your feeds are grouped in the small pane to the left, headlines live in the center, and you get a large view of the story or article in the pane on the right. Click a headline and a new Chrome tab opens with the article on its home page.
Since Reeder for Chrome is a skin for the actual Google Reader homepage, you can manage your subscriptions, add new ones, and filter for read, unread, star, and mark stories in the interface.
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