I always thoroughly enjoy delving into the darkest recesses of the App stores to recommend you apps unused by the general public.
This isn't one of those articles.
Nevertheless, Pulse thoroughly tickles my fancy and I recommend it to anyone whose fancies have not yet been tickled by this Mobile App of the Week.
Pulse acts as a conglomeration of information tailored to your interests. Upon starting Pulse, you create a profile detailing your categories of interest. Once you finish the initial setup, Pulse displays some pre-picked media news feeds for each of your categories.
Each category uses its own page. Pulse displays the news feeds through a gorgeous interface presenting each media outlet's own list of recent stories. Selecting a story will bring you to an in-app article, with the story in its entirety. If you desire, you can view the article on its native website through a link at the bottom of every story.
Pulse allows you to edit which news feeds you view in each category page. You can eliminate unwanted feeds from your category pages as well as adding new ones. Pulse offers a dazzling variety of sites for you to follow. Pulse adds new feeds on a routine basis, giving even more variety to this app.
If you do not want to prescribe to the preset pages you choose at the genesis of your time at Pulse, you can also create custom pages with their own names.
Overall, I found this to be one of the best ways to explore your interests in brand new ways. If you haven't looked into Pulse already, you definitely should.
Pulse — Free Android / iOS App of the Week
Size: 5.0 MB
For iPhone and iPad
Size: 24.8 MB
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