Pulse for the Web Is Out
Article by George Norman
On 10 Aug 2012
Alphonso Labs announced the release of Pulse for Web. The award-winning news application, available for iPhone, iPad, Android and Kindle, is now available on the web.



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Alphonso Labs, the developer behind the award-winning, good looking, and properly good Pulse app, had some exciting news to share with the public this week: the fact that it rolled out Pulse for the Web to the public. If you’re already familiar with the Pulse app and you want to get started with Pulse for the Web, then I invite you to click this link.

“Two years ago, we released Pulse for iPad to make browsing news on mobile devices faster, simpler and more beautiful than ever before,” announced the Alphonso Labs team on the official Pulse blog. “It wasn’t long until our users let us know that the problem we solved wasn’t confined to mobile devices. Even on the web, people have to bookmark their favorite websites, switch contexts from site to site, and have no simple way to share or save stories. That changes today with the launch of Pulse for the Web.”

Pulse for the Web Main Features
  • Beautiful interface designed for discovery
Pulse for the Web features a dynamic layout that takes advantage of your browser’s size and fills the browser with beautiful images. If you want to, you can switch from the dynamic layout of a simpler chronological layout. With infinite scrolling, the amount of content you can explore with Pulse’s beautiful interface never ends.
  • Easy access to your favorite content
Pulse for the Web lets you subscribe to your favorite magazines, blogs, and newspapers. Pulse will find your favorite publisher if you search for it. Pulse will update and refresh content periodically.
  • Sync with your mobile device
Pulse is available for iPhone, iPad, Android, and Kindle. Pulse for the Web, via simple account, syncs with the aforementioned mobile apps. If you add a content source with Pulse for the Web, it will be synced with Pulse for Android for example.
  • Optimized for Windows Tablets
Pulse for the Web is optimized for touch on Windows tablets.
“Thanks to our friends at Microsoft, this web experience is fully optimized for touch. We incorporated multi-touch gestures available in IE10 into Pulse for Web, making it perfect for use within the IE10 browser on Windows 8 tablets,” said the Alphonso Labs team.
  • Works with All Modern Browsers
Pulse for the Web is designed to work with all modern browsers. This includes Firefox, Safari, Chrome, and Internet Explorer.

Additional information on Pulse, a beautiful app that takes your favorite websites and transforms them into a colorful and interactive mosaic, is available
here.





Tags: Pulse, Pulse for the Web, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer, Windows 8, app, App Store, Android, Play Store, iOS, Kindle
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