Pulse: A must-have news reader app

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Pulse is another news reading application for iPhone, iPad and Android devices, but this application is more superior than all of the other applications on the market.

If you’ve been searching for a simple RSS reader app, then you need look no further. Alphonso Labs Inc. already has an iPad app and just published it’s easy-to-use news feed app for iPhone and Android devices.

With no journalism experience, Akshay Kothari and Ankit Gupta, two Stanford University students, developed the Pulse application to improve the way people read news.

What makes Pulse a better application? Well, RSS feeds are recent news articles pushed out by websites, which allows its readers ot access to information quickly. By having a RSS reader application on your mobile device would allow you to get news from hundreds of different websites. Normally, you look at headlines and bits of the article and decide whether to read further into the article or not.

Pulse’s new app makes your experience easier with its news feed search and beautiful mosaic display. “Pulse takes your favorite news websites and blogs and transforms them into a colorful and interactive mosaic,” Christopher Hudson, GizmoCrunch author, said in an application review.

In June of 2010 at Apple’s world-wide developer’s conference in San Francisco, Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs featured the application. Since then, Pulse has been one of the most popular news applications available on Apple’s App Store.

Pulse can be downloaded for free for all iPhone, iPad and Android devices. Make sure you add Scot Scoop News to read our latest articles!

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