Pulse News Reader is one of my favorite apps, one that I use it almost exclusively for my news aggregation. One feature I always found lacking was the ability to see what my friends have shared using the service. Now, it appears, that my wishes have come true with Pulse announcing a new feature today.
The development team behind the popular news reader has just announced that it has added a new "Pulse Highlights" feature that will allow users to see content that has been aggregated by their content their friends have liked and shared on both the pulse app and Facebook.
"We've always been good at providing you with really good things to read. But now we are also getting into discovery. With Highlights, discovery is about people: close friends and family sharing content that's interesting and relevant for you", said Pulse co-founder Akshay Kothari.
Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 11:32 am CDT
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