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The Pulse News feed reader is one of the coolest RSS readers available for Android (and not just because they include our blog). It's graphically awesome on the phone, and it's downright stunning on a Honeycomb tablet.

It's almost too good, actually. You might have to struggle a little bit with the sheer amount of information coming at you -- but that's something we noted with the phone version as well. It's not a knock against the app, it's just that if you happen to be a blogger with a few hundred feeds, things can get a little confusing.

But back to the stunning part. The graphics and transitions on a dual-core Honeycomb tablet are pretty darn smooth, and the home screen widgets showcase some of our favorite parts of the Android 3.0 framework.

 
There are 2 comments

E_man says:

I love the look of pulse, but it can't be my reader for one reason. No google sync. Not talking about importing the feeds, I'm talking about if I read an article on my phone, I want it marked read everywhere. Until they update that, It'll sadly sit in my phone unused.

kenyee says:

love it on my android phone too...let me get rid of the motoblur news widgets :-)