Update (3/9): Please read the last two paragraphs below for an update about these reviews.
Many, many moons ago in a blog post not so far away their were only handful of iPhone apps for Google Reader.
Fast forward towards today and one will notice that several more challengers have entered the arena. Many of these apps have features that may rival the current gReader champ, Byline (which seems to have taken off after revamping their app last year).
Over the next ten days these gReader apps will be reviewed upon the Blog Herald, with a few of them allowing sneak peaks to updates that have yet to hit the app store.
So for those of you hesitant about exchanging your cold hard cash for some gReader iLove (especially during this global recession), feel free to subscribe to the Blog Herald (via RSS or Twitter) and find out which apps are worth purchasing, and which ones should be passed over.
Update (3/9): In order to help make it easer for readers to compare applications against each other (as well as the current champ, Byline), I will be linking to a spreadsheet below, highlighting what features are included within each Google Reader App.
Example: Byline vs Google Reader Web App
Also, reviewing all of these apps took a little longer than I thought (as I am a man of details) so expect this to finally end on Friday.
Author: Darnell Clayton
Darnell Clayton is a geek who discovered blogging long before he heard of the word “blog” (he called them “web journals” then).
When he is not tweeting, friendfeeding, or blogging about space, he enjoys running, reading and describing himself in third person.