December 24, 2012

Pulse News, lets you follow all your online news from one Google Android app

Pulse News is an online news reader which lets you easily read all your news from one simple news reader app installed on Google Android.

Searching for websites to subscribe to is easy with Pulse's built-in category, and search engine in Pulse. You can also connect your Google Reader account, and add your own RSS news feeds to add sites which you are already subscribe to.

Browsing your subscriptions, and reading articles is easy because Pulse is like a magazine style website where you click on an article's thumbnail/title which you are interested in, and reading the article in an eBook and magazine style format. You can also bookmark articles for latter reading on which is Pulse's website where you can read your news feeds on a  desktop web browser like Google Chrome or Internet Explorer. You can also sync your News Feeds with your other Google Android and Apple iOS phones and tablets with the Pulse News app installed on it by logging into your Pulse account, so you can read your news from all your devices.

Adjusting the font size, and style is very easy when you click on the font button in pulse. You can also switch to the Dark theme for better reading in low light because your background will be black, and font will be white, and if you want to go back to the daylight theme with a white background, and black font, you just click the light theme.

Pulse can be used to share articles on e-mail, Facebook, Twitter, and more from within the app to help promote good articles to your followers to read. You can also like, share, and comment on articles on social networks like Facebook, and browse content from content based social networks like YouTube, Vimeo, Digg, Reddit, and more in Pulse.

You can read your articles offline with Pulse because articles are automatically downloaded to your tablet or smartphone as you open Pulse, so if you lose your internet connection, you can still read on Pulse.You can also save battery power by turning off Wi-Fi and 3G/4G mobile data after Pulse has downloaded all your articles.

You can add up to 60 News sources on 5 different News pages/tabs.

In my experience Pulse runs pretty well when all your feeds are loaded on Pulse. But, it can be slow if other apps like a web browser, media player, etc.

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