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I maintain a Google Apps account using my own domain.

Since the transition I am no longer able to use my Google App email address to log into a couple of iPhone apps, namely Feedly and Reeder which aggregate my Google Reader feeds.

I am still able to access my email, calendar, etc using the account without problems.

Is there any configuration on the Google Apps side that I am missing? Is this an API issue that the App developers have missed?

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migrated from superuser.com Apr 26 '11 at 14:37

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On your domain management page, make sure the Google Reader service is turned on for your Google Apps accounts. Here is the help page for turning services on or off.

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Unfortunately that's not the cause - the service is turned on :( – Kynth Apr 27 '11 at 8:06

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