Pulse News for iPhone and Pulse News for iPad (both free) have recently received a great update, adding a redesigned catalogue, a new feature called "Smart Dock" and an improved user interface to the popular applications.
The Pulse News universe is getting a little bit larger. Readers can now save articles of interest on their Pulse iPhone/iPod touch app or iPad app and read them later online. The new service, located at Pulse.me, was announced via the Pulse Blog.
As of next week, two of the most popular iDevice news sources will no longer be giving free access. The New York Times and The Daily will start erecting their long expected pay walls. While that's a bit disappointing, there are still tons of great, reliable and free resources out there.
Have you ever opened a magazine and found there was nothing inside to read that interested you? What if that magazine could learn more about you and tailor the news based on your interests and reading patterns?
Since its debut last year, the Pulse News Reader for iPad app has consistently been one of the better RSS news apps in the App Store. However, the folks behind the app aren’t resting on their laurels. Alphonso Labs is now allowing users to access select API feeds as well.
One of the top-selling newsreader apps for the iPad was just updated. Pulse News Reader 2.0 was released today by the folks at Alphonso Labs. Plus, for a limited time, new users can download the app for $1.99!