First off, the update adds support for using Instapaper as a sync service. Instapaper joins services like Feedbin, Feedly, and Feed Wrangler as services supported by Reeder. The update also introduces a Safari View Controller, meaning that you no longer have to exit the Reeder app itself to view links. Instead, they will open directly within the app, making for a much more seamless experience.
Various other interface tweaks have been made, as well. There are now font size options, unread and starred counts for smart folders, a new archive folder, font options for the article viewer, and more.
If you’re not using Reeder already (or, heaven forbid, not using RSS at all) for all your news consumption, you should be. The new update adds a handful of really great features to enhance the overall experience for any iOS device, not just the latest and greatest.