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Scrivener for Mac, by default, is segmented into three panes: the RSS feed column (which displays the source and number of unread articles), title and excerpts column (listed in order by publication date), and the main content area (where text, photos, and video appear). You can set Scrivener for Mac to display starred items, unread items, or both—I appreciate the flexibility offered here. It also lets you subscribe to and manage feeds from within the app without ever touching Google Reader itself, which is a nice touch. Even better, Reeder syncs with Google Reader so articles marked as read in one will be marked as read in another. Google Currents still doesn't walk arm in arm with Google Reader in a similar fashion—a shame.
Pages are formatted in a very clean fashion with lots of eye-friendly white space. That said, some images were oddly aligned, but there's a remedy for that. Tapping an article title opens the actual webpage within the app, which comes in handy when you want to read a page in its true format (or you come across a site that only displays RSS excerpts).
Reeder includes a highly useful search tool that lets users search a name, word, or phrase within a particular RSS feed, or across all subscriptions. As a RSS power user, I found it very useful when looking for specific items. Once you find a particular article, you can share and/or save the link to Twitter, Pinterest, Delicious, Instapaper, Pocket, Safari Reading List, Evernote, Mars Edit, App****, Zootool, Readbility, and Quote.fm.
Scrivener for Mac supports touchpad gestures, which let you quickly execute actions with just a finger swipe. Swiping from up to down, for example, opens the selected story. I prefer to point and click my way through stories, but having multiple options at my disposal is not a bad thing. On that note, Reeder supports multiple accounts, but in a highly quirky fashion: You need to hold down the "ALT" key as Reeder loads in order to sign in with a different Google account.
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