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Pulse is a news reading app founded in 2010 and acquired by LinkedIn in 2013.
According to the TechCrunch.com, the new features of the app has a cleaner UI that has a swipe-left to reject/swipe-right to save gesture which is similar to popular apps like Tinder.
Also, Pulse is now based on its users LinkedIn connections, what they are reading and commenting on in LinkedIn and where they work. Pulse now provides user with a selection of news based on their LinkedIn 'professional graph,' as the company likes to describe its mix of resume details, network connections and content that user choose to read on its platform.
Akshay Kothari, Pulse's co-founder, who has led the development of the new apps was quoted as saying that they came to a conclusion that just being a reader and organizing that was not enough. They felt that their device processing speeds were getting better and simply optimizing the aggregation and reading was hard to remain compelling.
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