Pulse News App Enhances User Experience with Source Syncing Feature

The award-winning Pulse News app recently introduced Pulse Sync, a feature enhancing the user experience by synchronizing news sources across multiple devices via a free pulse.me account. For instance, when I add a new source on my iPhone, it automatically updates on my iPad as well.

This feature ensures a consistent news reading experience, regardless of the device in use.

However, I encountered a hiccup during the initial setup. I activated Pulse Sync on my iPhone before my iPad, which is my primary device for Pulse.

Unfortunately, this meant the system defaulted to my iPhone’s settings across all devices, complicating my preferred setup on the iPad. I had to manually adjust the news sources on my iPad, but fortunately, once adjusted, the settings were mirrored on my iPhone.

Available for free on both the iPhone and iPad, Pulse News also supports Instapaper, Evernote, Read It Later, and Reader.

Steven

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