Should You Use the Feedly iOS App or the Reeder App?Samurai7/04/13 1:28pmFiled to: iOSRSSFeedlyReeder323EditPromoteShare to KinjaGo to permalinkFeedly is a popular RSS Reader with many features. Among these are native iOS and Android apps. However, there are other iOS applications which can sync with Feedly. Although there are multiple options, in this post, I will only cover two: the native Feedly application and the recently-free Reeder app.Why Reeder? It's Lifehacker's "Best News Reader" application, and it's recently become free, from $2.99. It has a few handy features which make it a viable option. To be clear, Reeder runs on Feedly (but it can support other services as well), so in the end, you're using the same service, no matter which app you choose. Also, Reeder currently doesn't have a web app, so on the computer, you'll probably still be using Feedly. Luckily, Reeder syncs with Feedly, so your read/unread items will appear on both.