Pulse reader now lets you read stories later with Instapaper and more

Pulse reader now lets you read stories later with Instapaper and more

If you’ve ever been using Pulse, the customizable feed reader for iOS and Android, then found yourself stumbling onto something that you’d rather read later, you’ve been out of luck. Until now.

We’ve just spotted a new feature called Pulse.me that will allow you to save articles for a later time by sending them to a customized, curated Pulse.me page that you can access from your desktop (via the Pulse.me site) or mobile device (via the app).

We know that you don’t always have time to read every piece of breaking news the moment you see it, so today we are debuting Pulse.me – an easy way to save stories for reading later. We developed Pulse.me as a direct response to the feedback we’ve received from you and we think you’ll really enjoy it.

Creating an account is simple with a Facebook login, and then you’ll have your Pulse.me profile. Of course, since stories are tied to your account, they’ll show no matter what device you’ve chosen to read.

Interestingly, it’s also working with Instapaper, Evernote and Read It Later services, so there’s really no invasion.

We’ll be giving it a try, and you should too. Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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