Pulse 2.0 Adds Better Organization for your Feeds [VIDEO]
Pulse News Reader, a popular visually enhanced RSS reader, recently upgraded their application to version 2.0. In this update there are new features such as:
- Groups/pages for different types sources (preferred to group by source category)
- Up to 60 sources (three times the older 20 maximum sources)
- “Android” section in the RSS feed finder
The list of updates may seem minor, but this application was already feature packed. Besides the smoothness of the vertical and horizontal scrolling, article thumbnails, modern design, and overall features of this application, the best part is that its free! Not just a free version with Ads, or a free version lacking all the features of the full version, its a 100% fully featured and ad-free application, for free. This is my personal choice for catching up on all the posts on the greatest Android blog of all time, AndroidGuys. Check out the video for a full demonstration of the app including these new features in version 2.0.
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