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Pulse

Pulse

Pulse is a news reading application for iPhone, iPad and Android devices.

It incorporates colorful panning story bars and fills them with content from your favorite sources. Pulse allows users to experience the news they desire from traditional sources, favorite blogs and social networks in an attractive interface.

Pulse in action Pulse in action

Features:

  • Formats the news in a grid with side-scrolling panels, headlines and thumbnails instead of the traditonal list
  • Dual view
  • Easy to add news sources
  • Social sources
  • Offline sync
  • Google Reader integration
  • Trade news sources
  • Pulse.me is your personal profile on Pulse. Use it to integrate with Instapaper, Evernote and Read it Later
  • Support for Bump
  • Dark mode - a viewing mode optimized for nighttime use available to Pulse on Android
  • Share a news story on Pulse via Twitter, Facebook and email in just two taps
  • Manage background updates
  • Data usage modes
  • Save stories
  • Install to SD card
  • Internationalization support
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www.pulse.me
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Alphonso Labs
Blog, Forum, FAQ, Facebook, Twitter, Pulse Engineering Blog
PC Pro, Android Central
Verdict:

A radically different news reader with a great design. Makes reading the news very easy, and is particularly useful when used on Android devices with large screen sizes. However, if you like having lots of feeds, look elsewhere.

8/10

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