RSS reader con: While you can read news, stories, and other site content, it's not always displayed as it would appear on its webpage.
A new app for the iPad changes that, and displays items in your RSS feed in their original format, essentially turning your RSS feed into a series of web pages you can flip through. It syncs with Google Reader, and offers fast, easy sharing via Twitter and Facebook. Plus, you're able to view the sites and pages in a live web view, so you can easily click on links, play embedded videos, and get the most up-to-date information from each site and article you're reading.
The app, for iPad only, is $5 from the App Store.