Get Your News With Pulse
This application makes browsing news more enjoyable and engaging. XDA member GadgetCheck brings Pulse for your Android device. The application takes your favorite links presenting them on the shinny UI as a colorful and interactive mosaic somewhat resembling a Metro UI.
The latest version’s features include: tap on the article to view the full story, work off-line, directly import all your RSS feeds from Google Reader or browse social content from Facebook, YouTube, Vimeo, Digg, Reddit, and Hacker News, and much more.
The original thread contains a video of the app running, and you can get it for free in the usual place.
Originally posted by GadgetCheck
[APP] Best News app for Android & IOS [Video]
This is possible the best News app out there. Both for IOS and Android
Please check the video out and leave me a Comment and like the video.
DONT FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE
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