Silvio Rizzi has released an update to both Reeder and Reeder for iPad to remove features no longer available in the new Google Reader web application. Last week Google rolled out a major update to its web-based Google Reader application removing the integrated social features and tying the app into its new Google+ social network instead. The latest Reeder update removes the now-unsupported features for Google Reader sharing, notes and friends. Sharing with third-party services remains supported as it was previously, and users can otherwise continue to synchronize their feeds with Google Reader normally. Reeder is available from the App Store in two versions: Reeder ($3) for the iPhone and iPod touch and Reeder for iPad ($5).