Browser Extension of the Week: Save to Pulse

Maximum PC Staff

If you’re an Android or iOS device user, you’re faced with the happy dilemma of having a gazillion ways to ingest the news and stories that are important to you while you’re on the run, chilling on your lunch break or hiding from the boss in the bathroom. One of our favorites is Pulse by Alphonso Labs. Sleek, easy to use, and most importantly, free, Pulse is an example of what a mobile news aggregator should be. Now, thanks to Save to Pulse , our Browser Extension of the Week, Chrome users who rock Pulse on the go will find chomping on the content that interests them even easier.

With the click of a button, Save to Pulse allows Chrome use to add web pages they don’t have the time to ingest while sitting in front of their computers to their Pulse reading list to peruse at their leisure, adding a new dimension of functionality to an already great mobile application.

What’s more, by sending a story to Pulse via the extension, you’re not only stashing it away to read later on, you’re also making it possible to share that story with just about anyone you please, thanks to Pulse’s wide ranging of forwarding and social media interaction options, making it a godsend to anyone who works a gig where socializing online is verboten.

Be sure to check back with us every Thursday for another edition of Maximum PC’s Browser Extension of the Week.

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