“Since installing the app, I find myself reading news a lot more in bed, before I get up in the morning. I roll over, grab my iPhone (which is sitting on the nightstand because I used a podcast to help me fall asleep) and start rocking and rolling with the daysâ€™ news. By the time I actually get out of bed, Iâ€™ve already made a sizable dent in my feeds. This works only because the app is not annoying; indeed, itâ€™s quite a joy to use.”
It should be noted that Justin does not use NetNewsWire on his Macintosh. He and I share a love for Google Reader although we both have a lot of experience with NetNewsWire on the Mac.
Currently I don’t read any feeds on my iPhone. I have dabbled with Google Reader’s iPhone interface, but found it really hard to breeze through quickly for a number of reasons. However, his fairly thorough review of NetNewsWire for the iPhone makes me want to give it a try.
He is, as far as I can tell, omitting a huge caveat to using NetNewsWire for the iPhone and Google Reader on the Mac. Syncing. If I read something on NetNewsWire, on my iPhone, in bed – will I have to read that same post again when I pull up Google Reader at my desk? That’d suck.
Source: I â™¥ NetNewsWire (on the iPhone).