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LinkedIn Pulse

by Alphonso Labs Inc.

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What's new in version 4.0.3
  • 4.0
  • - A new streamlined reading experience and simplified navigation make it even easier to discover compelling professional content.
  • - Sign in with your LinkedIn account to easily save, discover and share with your professional network. Discuss what's trending with millions of professionals worldwide
  • - Your content, everywhere. Sign in with LinkedIn and the app will deliver articles from channels you follow on the site and people in your network.

Product Details



Product Features

  • - Easily browse thousands of trusted sources, from major publications and LinkedIn Influencers to blogs and beyond
  • - Discover insightful content from Pulse's comprehensive catalog of thousands of sources. New and noteworthy publishers and Influencers each week
  • - Customize feeds based on your interests to get fresh, personalized content delivered daily. You can also directly import your Reader RSS feeds
  • - Share with your favorite networks such as LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Flickr, and Tumblr
  • - Sync your sources. When you login with LinkedIn you ensure that what you follow and save is available on all your devices. Saved stories can also be sent to Pocket, Evernote, Instapaper, or Readability
  • - No Internet? No problem. Pulse effortlessly loads the stories you read so they're ready whenever and wherever you are

Product Description

Pulse by LinkedIn is the professional news app tailored to you. Pulse allows you to customize your news reading experience, easily explore compelling professional content, and share stories to your favorite social networks. Sign in with your LinkedIn account to sync what you’re already following, save articles, and join the conversation.

Get up to speed in one news feed: get Pulse.

What’s New:

- A new streamlined reading experience and simplified navigation make it even easier to discover compelling professional content.
- Sign in with your LinkedIn account to easily save, discover and share with your professional network. Discuss what’s trending with millions of professionals worldwide
- Your content, everywhere. Sign in with LinkedIn and the app will deliver articles from channels you follow on the site and people in your network.

Features:

- Easily browse thousands of trusted sources, from major publications and LinkedIn Influencers to blogs and beyond
- Discover insightful content from Pulse’s comprehensive catalog of thousands of sources. New and noteworthy publishers and Influencers each week
- Customize feeds based on your interests to get fresh, personalized content delivered daily. You can also directly import your Reader RSS feeds
- Share with your favorite networks such as LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Flickr, and Tumblr
- Sync your sources. When you login with LinkedIn you ensure that what you follow and save is available on all your devices. Saved stories can also be sent to Pocket, Evernote, Instapaper, or Readability
- No Internet? No problem. Pulse effortlessly loads the stories you read so they’re ready whenever and wherever you are

Technical Details

Size: 6.1MB
Version: 4.0.3
Developed By: Alphonso Labs Inc. ( Privacy Policy Click to see complete result in a new window )
Application Permissions: ( Help me understand what permissions mean )
  • Get notified that the operating system has finished booting
  • Open network sockets
  • Write to external storage
  • Read the sync settings
  • Access coarse (e.g., Cell-ID, Wi-Fi) location
  • Access information about networks
  • PowerManager WakeLocks to keep processor from sleeping or screen from dimming
  • Allows an application to receive messages via Google Cloud Messaging
Minimum Operating System: Android 2.2
Approximate Download Time: Less than 1 minute

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CONS:

(1) I have a low-end smartphone with limited memory, so I want that memory dedicated to the apps that I am actively using. Having multiple apps running in the background increases my risk of running out of memory and being put in a forced close situation. Once you start "pulse", it runs perpetually in the background updating your feeds. But I don't want this. What I want is for the app to update my feeds when I start it, and then when I'm done reading my feeds, I want to be able to really quit the app.

(2) You can't customize the font size of the articles - an important feature for those of us in the bifocal set. I can understand that the font has to be a set size in the overview of all the articles in a folder, but when I select an article so I'm just reading that one, I can't see any reason for not letting me set the font size.

(3) Similar to the FlipBook on the iPad, it seems that there is no personal record of which articles I've already read. It always shows the most recent articles. If you are way behind in a feed, you can't access your older, unread items. On the other hand if you'd like to mark even more recent articles "read" so they'll disappear from your reader, this isn't the best choice of apps.

PROS:

The actual user interface is attractive and intuitive, at least after you have your feeds set up. I suspect it is even more slick to use on a tablet than on a phone which is where I'm using it.

ALTERNATE RSS READER

I ended up going with "Feedly" because it does allow the user to really quit the app, customize the font size, and mark articles as "read". I don't think it is as pretty as "pulse", but this functionality is more important to me than prettiness.
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Its a really pretty app. All of my RSS feeds are in one, clean space that I can quickly check on the go. it does download pictures though, so set your refresh rate accordingly with your data plan.
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Pulse started out as a very attractive and easy to use news aggregator. Somewhere along the way, it lost its ease of use and became a bloated, difficult to use application. Its constant need to update itself, its bloated memory usage, and its unnecessary features have turned it into a must-avoid application.

The program's poor memory management is one of those faults that the average user will not understand, but they will experience the frustrations caused by it as their device slows down...more and more and more over time. The push to social network integration awhile ago rendered the program much less useful - it used to be my go-to app for getting my daily news. But as the "Share on Facebook" and "Tweet This" buttons began pushing themselves on to my news scan more and more, the less I used the program. I have since abandoned it and would suggest that if you haven't already installed it, don't. If you have installed it, uninstall (if you can - oh, did I mention that nifty little "feature"? - on some devices you cannot uninstall it; one more failure for this app).
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This is one of my favorites for my Android Tablet. Great integration with other sharing apps, and very good interface
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I had used Pulse for years , since I had a first gen KINDLE fire. When I got a new one pulse was not preloaded. It may not be the greatest reader out there but it is what I know and like. I tried to find it in the app store with no luck. Then I realized the name and logo changed and this is what I wanted. It is improved, too.I am a voracious reader and with the previous version I was always maxed out on sources and always debating what to drop to add a new source. If there is now a limit I haven't found it. You are not limited to the listed sources . It is a nice starting point but about 75% of my sources were things I added - which is very easy to do. The I interface is cleaner and prettier than before. It works great on kindle fire and it is easy to save stories in the app. I prefer Pocket and it plays nicely with that app and Evernote too. You can choose how and when to refresh. Very easy to use and nice for a free app - you don't need to pay to upgrade to get a decent experience unlike many free apps. I do use it only on kindle fire with WiFi only so your experience may differ but mine is very positive.
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Love the concept. Used it all the time on my first Kindle Fire 7". Content is growing very fast. Read from it nightly until the new version on the new HD Fire 8.9". Now I'll be reading and it will suddenly pop up a screen telling me Pulse is no longer working. Then it freezes my device and I have to totally shut it down. This is happening about every other day. Not sure if it's Amazon Fire's issue or if it's Pulse application issue. But either way, I can't give Pulse News high ratings until Amazon/Kindle and Pulse have patched things up.
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This attractive but frustrating app crashes often. In addition, the recent issue is that it puts me in a loop that no matter which story I select it will only display one of the two most recent stores I've read. I suppose that's fine as long as you only want to read one or two stories.
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I love the way pulse is set up, and I've used their website for quite a while, so when I got my fire I thought I'd just use the app instead.

Unfortunately, their app for the Fire is incredibly unreliable - it crashes at least a couple of times a day, and I have to restart it and try to re-find the article that I was reading. It's a bit annoying, to say the least.
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