If you like your tech news served on a mobile device, then perhaps Pulse isn’t so foreign to you. I personally love using the app on my Android device, although sometimes I wish I could use it on my Windows PC as well. And it turns out that the team behind the app has considered the possibility of launching a special version for the web. Today, Pulse for the Web has just been launched for modern browsers. It now works on Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Internet Explorer.
The team also announced a partnership with Microsoft to enhance the web experience on Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 8 tablets. The team said that they were able to fully optimize the app for touch and incorporated multi-touch gestures on it. Now, it takes just one swipe to move between articles, a two-finger swipe to bring up your reading list, and a simple pinch to close an article. If you haven’t tried the app yet, Pulse for the Web will be a good start.
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