Feeder 3 brings a new look, better editing, and cloud service support

Feeder, a Mac app for creating RSS and iTunes podcast feeds, has hit version 3, bringing a new look, cloud service support, and more. Version 3.0 also features improved editing, self-contained feeds, and more.

Feeder 3 comes with a brand-new look, ready for OS X Yosemite. The app has also added support for Markdown editing, which is automatically converted to HTML in the feed. The editor will also now autosave, but it doesn't commit changes until you tell it to. You can also share feeds using cloud services like Dropbox and iCloud.

The app has also added support for Quick Look previews, find and replace for all links in a feed, and pinging blogs and services together in the Servers window.

New users can get a limited trial of Feeder 3, after which they'll need to pay $49.99. Existing Feeder 2 users can upgrade for $24.99. You can download Feeder 3 from developer Reinvented Software's site now.