LinkedIn Pulse

LinkedIn Pulse

FREE

(5 stars)

(109K)


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10,000,000 - 50,000,000 downloads

Pros
  • Easy to use
  • Wonderful layout
  • Useful
  • Fast browsing
Cons
  • Pinching zoom can be improved
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Expert's Review
9.0
Awesome

"Take your favorite websites and transform them into a colorful and interactive mosaic"

Reviewed by / May 18, 2011

Use Pulse News to browse news from your favorite websites and social networks.

Nowadays, every Android phone sold comes with a default social network browser -see Friendshare, as an example. Some models come with a news reader, too. Pulse News mix them both into one app, allowing you to browse Facebook and Twitter but also Google's Reader and RSS feeds. News are updated when you're online so you can read them offline and it's full of customizable options. And it can either become a widget or moved to your sdcard.

News can be imported from New York Times, BBC, ESPN and more than fifty news sources, organized and viewed by categories. Move smoothly from one tab to the next and save what you like most ready to share when online.

It's lightweighted and quite fast. That doesn't mean it's the fastest, of course, but acceptably fast instead. Layout is original and useful, and all together makes this a highly recommended application designed to replace the default that came with your Android device.

Top notch app. Well done job.

This app was featured in one of our videoreviews. Watch it here.

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Developer's original description available here
Get prepared for what’s next with the LinkedIn Pulse news app. Pulse brings you the right news and analysis every day to help prepare for your next business meeting or advance in your career. You'll get the knowledge most relevant to you in a bite-sized and beautiful interface. See what trusted industry leaders and members of your network are sharing, writing, and following – so you're always in the loop.

Why You’ll Love It
- The news and analysis you need delivered, so you don’t have to find them
- Articles curated for you, based on your interests and your connections
- Simple reading and navigation designed for busy professionals
- Easily like, share and comment on topics you’re interested in

Why use Pulse?
- Easily read articles from trusted news sources and business publications like Harvard Business Review, New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Time, Entrepreneur, Forbes, and Business Insider.
- Discover breaking professional news headlines and personalized content delivered daily.
- Share with your favorite networks like LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Whatsapp, YouTube, Flickr, and Tumblr.
- Follow LinkedIn Influencers like Bill Gates, Jack Welch, Deepak Chopra, Arianna Huffington and Guy Kawasaki as well as channels like Leadership & Management, Technology, Business, Big Ideas and Innovation, and Your Career to personalize the news you’ll receive
- Read the latest industry news and analysis to stay informed and get ready for your workday and career.

Recently changed in this version

Found a bug? email us @ pulse-support@linkedin.com!
4.2.5
- Crash fix for Android < 4.4
4.2
- As part of our ongoing commitment to make LinkedIn Pulse the place professionals can come to find and share professional content, we often release beta versions of our app. As you download or upgrade, you may receive a beta version of the app and notice differences in the look and feel. We encourage you as always to provide us with any feedback or revert back to the old version in Settings.


Lists with LinkedIn Pulse

Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Peter Warrior, Reviewed by Anna Grace.

Comments and ratings for LinkedIn Pulse
  • (74)

    by Ash Gibbons on 18/03/2015

    Used to be fantastic. Make it like the webpage. Then it'll be 5 stars.

  • (74)

    by Zach G on 18/03/2015

    I used to be able to sign in with my email now its Linkedin or nothing. Uninstalling.

  • (74)

    by Joe Howson on 18/03/2015

    LinkedIn sign up ruined everything about this once great app.

  • (74)

    by Martin Brossman on 18/03/2015

    On a stable Samsung note 3 with no other problems! Get it stable or get new coders! Not acceptable for a company like this.

  • (74)

    by Dustin Tennant on 18/03/2015

    Since last update, the widget's dissappear on my Galaxy S5 as soon as I sign in. Please fix

  • (74)

    by Adel Fathy on 18/03/2015

    Good communicator

  • (74)

    by Matt Morgan on 18/03/2015

    This app is no longer what it was intended for, I feel embarrassed for having previously recommended this app to friends and family.

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