Mr. Reader 3.0 for iPad brings Reading List support, more RSS services, a new design, and more

Mr. Reader 3.0 for iPad brings Reading List support, more RSS services, a new design, and more

Mr. Reader, a popular RSS news app for iPad, has just been updated with an all new design for iOS 7, support for 64-bit devices, and more. New features including the addition of AOL Reader as an RSS service, the ability to add to a Safari Reading List, and tons more.

If you aren't familiar with Mr. Reader already, it's one of the best looking RSS apps we've seen for the iPad so far. Even though the 3.0 update doesn't bring a terribly dramatic change to the interface and design, it really didn't have to. For the most part the interface already meshed rather nicely with iOS 7. Things are now just a little flatter and cleaner. In other words, if you liked the old interface, you won't experience any unwelcome changes.

Currently Mr. Reader supports a plethora of RSS services including AOL Reader, Feedbin, Feedly, Feed Wrangler, Fever, and more. Mr. Reader 3.0 is a free update for anyone who already owns the last version. Other new features and changes include new fonts, better article view options, and more.

I've always been a fan of the inline images Mr. Reader uses which really sets it apart visually from other RSS apps. If you happen to check out the update, let us know what you think in the comments!

Allyson Kazmucha

Editor for iMore, Potter pundit, and the ninja in your iOS

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TLKoontz says:

Looks great!

Someone needs to make a *fully iOS7* dark theme, similar to the new "Cupertino Blue." If I actually still owned a PC/Mac I'd do it myself, but I'm iPad-only these days!

lfeuln says:

I'm curious if Mr. Reader fetches feeds in the background now that it's iOS7 compatible? Reeder still doesn't and I definitely notice the lack on my iPhone after being used to Press for Android.

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asuperstarr says:

This is my favorite RSS reader app. If you aren't using this on your iPad you are missing a nice app. I wish this app worked on the iPhone and Mac.

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Antron says:

Agreed. I wish they had an iPhone version of the app.

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Antron says:

Agreed. I wish they had an iPhone version of the app.

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Antron says:

Didn't mean to post that comment twice. Lag on the submit button.

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safichi says:

I have the app and it's great... Watching these pics I don't get that imore icon i get the old one.. I deleted the rss and set it up again but still getting the same old icon... Any ideas allyson?

Allyson Kazmucha says:

Maybe depends on what service you're using!? I have feedly

safichi says:

I use feedly too. The news alwaysa are up to date.. Just that icondetail