Pulse news reader comes to the Mac via web app

Pulse news reader comes to the Mac via web app

Pulse, one of the more popular news reader apps for iPhone and iPad, now has a Mac counterpart. While it isn't a native app, the web app version is full featured and manages to maintain the same great interface its iOS counterparts already enjoy.

We recently pitted Pulse against Zite and Flipboard and while we still prefer Zite, there are going to be many users out there who like the interface and fluidity of Pulse better. If that sounds like you, the web app won't disappoint and you'll feel right at home.

If you already use Pulse on your iPhone or iPad, you can just log in to Pulse on the web with your user ID and all your stuff will come right down. If you're a new user you can pick a few categories to get you started.

Check it out via the link below and let us know what you think!

Source: Pulse

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Allyson Kazmucha

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