Okay, I cheated and this isn’t a post about an anime, but it’s a post about changes in my EXPERIENCE to anime. This just has to be the first of my 12 Days of Anime series, since its the most important anime-related thing to happen to me this year – heck, my whole life. Prior to this year, I didn’t have anyone to talk to with regards to anime, except on facebook with a few friends – who don’t watch anime as much as they used to in high school. Then I stumbled across a few anime blogs, followed some writers on twitter, and became a part of #SCCSAV.
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Pulse by Alphonso Labs is one of the applications I open up the most often on my phone. As the name implies, it is a news reader that pulls in articles from RSS feeds (it also supports things like Facebook, Twitter, and PicPlz). What makes it so attractive to me over programs like Google Reader? Hell, why don’t I just read on a large computer screen?
It’s the user interface.
Pulse lets you add different sources or categories. You can scroll up or down to view the different sources, and scroll left or right to view the different articles from a specific source. Tap on a square to read the article, and the source streams will drop down to reveal the article. Read the rest of this entry