Alphonso Labs, the team behind the popular Pulse News app, is making it easier for users to save articles for later reading. Beginning today, a Pulse bookmarklet and Chrome add-on are available, according to news first revealed by Mashable.
Articles saved may be viewed via any of the Pulse News apps or at Pulse.me from any browser.
To use the service, you’ll have to sign up for a free Pulse.me account or validate your credentials using your Facebook login.
When we tested the new service, it worked as expected. However, you will actually need to be out of the Pulse app to find the saved articles, a limitation that should be fine for most users. After all, assuming you are saving articles from your Mac or PC for future reading, you most likely don’t have your iPhone or iPad opened to the Pulse app at the same time.