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hawaiiboy
hawaiiboy

Bought Reeder 5 for IOS, don’t really want to pay for Reeder 5 for Mac. Still thinking on it

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PaulGit
PaulGit

@hawaiiboy I retuned back to Fiery Feeds on all devices because I was using Reeder 4 and wanted to install it on my iPad but it had been removed from the App Store, essentially forcing me to pay for Reeder 5. Not good. Additionally, I had been using it’s Read Later feature, not realising there is no way to export the article links saved (I can share one by one). Therefore no more Reeder for me!

jeroensangers
jeroensangers

@PaulGit Even though Reeder 4 has been removed from the App Store, you can still install it from your purchase history.

PaulGit
PaulGit

@jeroensangers interesting, I didn’t know that! Anyway, the data lock in is a big no no for me, Fiery Feeds has ability to export.

jeroensangers
jeroensangers

@hawaiiboy I hardly ever use my Mac for information consumption, so I didn’t install Reeder on my computer.

hawaiiboy
hawaiiboy

@jeroensangers good point

jeroensangers
jeroensangers

@PaulGit Fiery Feeds is a great app too. I don’t have any data in Reeder, since I have it connected to my Inoreeder account.

jeroensangers
jeroensangers

@PaulGit I just searched for Reeder in my purchase history and noticed that I can also install Reeder 3 and the original Reeder.