The long wait is finally over: Reeder is back on Mac.

Indeed, the popular OS X feed reader app developed by Silvio Rizzi has returned in the form of Reeder 2 for Mac, which is out now in the Mac App Store.

The original Reeder for Mac was pulled from the Mac App Store last year, following the shutdown of Google Reader, which was the only feed aggregation service supported by the app. The app’s iOS counterpart was relaunched as Reeder 2 last September, but it’s only now that Reeder 2 for Mac has officially arrived following its soft launch as a public beta last month.

Like Reeder 2 for iOS, Reeder 2 for Mac supports Feedbin, Feedly, Feed Wrangler, Fever, Readability, and even local or standalone RSS. It also features support for themes, gestures, customizable shortcuts, and a bunch of social media channels for sharing.

Compatible with OS X 10.9 or later, Reeder 2 for Mac is available now in the Mac App Store for $9.99.

The release of Reeder 2 for Mac comes just a couple of days after Reeder 2 for iOS was updated with significant improvements, including Background App Refresh support, interface tweaks, and more.