Feeddler's iPhone-only Pro version has been approved by Apple. There are not many users on this one since I have encouraged users to purchase the universal version. I keep this version in the App Store so I can continue to update the app for users. Most of you need to wait a bit more for Feeddler 2.0 release.
After the last blog entry, other than Bazqux Reader, I added two services to Feeddler 2.0 update: FeedHQ and The Old Reader. Bazqux costs $2/month and supports the most Feeddler features including custom feed sorting. FeedHQ costs $12 a year or you can host this open source yourself. Feeddler will support self-hosting FeedHQ later. Both Bazqux and FeedHQ offer 30-day free trial. And I don't take any cut from these subscription fees. The Old Reader is free. No starring or article tagging support for the first API release, but they will work on these features next.
All these three services are developed by highly dedicated individuals or teams. I encourage all users to try them all. Feeddler 2.0 still supports multiple accounts like before, and also from multiple services now. You can still use Google Reader till 7/1 with Feeddler 2.0. Feedly support should come next.