WebReader is a desktop app that lets you read your Google Reader RSS feeds.
Let's face it. Sometimes you just can't be bothered to open up your browser, log into your Google account, and pull up Google Reader to sort through your RSS feeds. Good thing WebReader is around to simplify the process for you.
WebReader is a easy to use application that lets you read your RSS feeds directly from your desktop. All you need to do is have a Google account and some feeds already set up in Google Reader, and you'll be good to go. WebReader is easy to use and lightweight, since it requires Adobe Air to run. Once installed and launched, you'll be prompted to enter your Google information and give WebReader permission to pull your Google Reader feeds.
It works like a charm from there on out. WebReader has two columns. The left column lists your various RSS feed folders and can be expanded and minimized with a few simple clicks. The right column holds the actual content from each feed. You can opt to make the text larger, as well as change the way your feeds are viewed to read content either as full posts, summaries or just titles.
WebReader is a really sleek desktop client that makes reading Google Reader RSS feeds completely enjoyable.