App Reviewed: Pulse News
Pulse News Review
Pulse was founded in May 2010 by Ankit Gupta and Akshay Kothari, two Stanford graduate students as part of a course at the Institute of Design. The inspiration for Pulse was borne out of their frustration with the news reading experience on mobile devices.
One of 50 apps in the App Store Hall of Fame, Pulse is a beautiful application that makes reading news fun and engaging. Pulse is an elegant 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 redefines news, giving you the opportunity to experience the news you desire from traditional sources, your favorite blogs and social networks – all in one beautiful interface.
Tap on an article to see a clean and elegant view of the news story. You can save stories for reading later across all platforms or sync them with Instapaper, Read it Later and Evernote. You can share a story via Facebook, Twitter and email.
- All your content in one place: Easy to add any content you want – from major publishers to blogs to social networks.
- Dual view: For each article on Pulse, you can switch between a clean summary of the article or go to the website directly. When you tap on an article, both are ready to view, almost instantly!
- No internet? No problem. Pulse does offline sync and makes the news stories available wherever you are.
- Collect your favorite stories using your Pulse.me account and then sync them to send to Instapaper, Read it Later, Evernote and Reader, all in one tap.
- Discover News: Search for a news source by simple keywords. Pulse also features new publishers each week.
- Integration with Reader: Pulse allows you to directly import all your RSS feeds from Reader. Your stories are synced with your Reader account.
Visit Pulse News and you’ll never to able to live without it. Elegant and great looking. And did we say that it is 100% Free! A Must Have!