+MOOD with Pulse for iPad + iPhone + Android devices

• November 14, 2010

If you are iPad, iPhone or Android phone users, it is our great news brought to you, we are proud to be one of the featured sites in Pulse. Pulse is a visual news reader developed by Alphonso Labs, it transforms your favorite news sources into a colorful and interactive mosaic. You can now view [+MOOD] via Pulse in your mobile devices. The apps is available to download from the apple store.

To add [+MOOD] to Pulse: Go to Settings, tap to add a source and select the Featured Sources tab at the bottom, we are under “Art & Design” category.

+ Please visit Pulse‘s blog to get updated information or Pulse‘s page for more information about the application.

+ About Pulse

pulse sticker4 +MOOD with Pulse for iPad + iPhone + Android devicesPulse is an elegant news reading application for iPhone, iPad and Android devices. It incorporates colorful panning story bars and fills them with content from your favorite sources. Pulse redefines news, giving you the opportunity to experience the news you desire from traditional sources, your favorite blogs and social networks – all in one beautiful interface.

Pulse News Reader was developed by Akshay Kothari and Ankit Gupta. The inspiration for Pulse came out of frustration at the news reading experience on mobile devices. They developed and introduced Pulse in ten weeks for a course at Stanford University. After launch, Pulse became the best-selling application in the App Store and Alphonso Labs was born.

+ Video below to demonstrate how the pulse works in iPad

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  1. Chris says:

    With Pulse’s announcement today, the news reader is category is clearly heating up. What is interesting to note are the different approaches:

    -Pulse has put a nice front end on a traditional RSS reader. While the user experience is good, the user has to manage sources which can lead to information overload and the discoverability of great content outside of your usual RSS feeds is low.

    -The other approach is my startup, YourVersion http://YourVersion.com which focuses on topic based discovery (vs. source specific like RSS). With YourVersion we bring you the latest, relevant content tailored to your specific interests. There is no need to manage sources — YourVersion does all the heavy lifting to bring you the best of the web by your specific interest. You can also share your discoveries via email, Facebook and Twitter. In addition to the website we have free iPad, iPhone and Android apps to discover on-the-go.

    I’d like to invite you try YourVersion http://YourVersion.com today. I’d like to hear what you think.

    Chris Haase