Now I don't know about you, but I do pretty much all of my news gathering online. I make my daily rounds of the blogosphere, visit major online media outlets, and, of course, try to stay current with my social media circles. Needless to say, the abundance of sources necessitates a means of organization.
Enter Pulse News. Some of you might say to me, "Just use an RSS reader, dude," which would be an admirable suggestion (and I do use Google Reader, by the way). But the thing is, as efficient as traditional RSS readers are, they're not nearly as engaging or immersive as they should be. Pulse News, on the other hand, has a beautifully intuitive interface that presents stories in a visually arresting way. Each post is marked by a bold headline and an image, making your daily reading rounds as simple as swiping vertically between news sources or horizontally between stories within the same source. The app comes with a bunch of suggested sites to subscribe to, plus it even lets you pull content from your Google Reader account. If you live a more-or-less plugged-in kind of lifestyle, I highly suggest checking out the elegant Pulse News reader.
July 20, 2011 3:55 AM PDT
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