Pulp

Pulp 2.5

Description Pulp is a unique and...
 
2.5.3 (See all)

Pulp is an attractive application that allows users to read the latest news headlines straight on their desktop. What makes this tool particularly appealing is its well-designed interface, the high level of customization of individual feeds and synchronization across multiple Mac powered systems.

Pulp automatically organizes all feeds in tab-based categories making browsing across all news pieces quick and simple. Each news feed contains its own set of custom parameters; reading articles are showed inline in Pulp or opened in your default browser. User can control how many articles are displayed per column as well as style.

Feeds may be added from the websites you have visited (taken from one of your browsers' history links) or a user specified URL.

For each article you wish to read later, Pulp conveniently provides a separate tab powered by simple drag and drop actions.

Note that Pulp does require you to create an account which is then used for synchronizing feeds, articles and pages across multiple Macs and iOS devices.

Pulp is an application aimed at all users looking to read the news in an elegant and flexible environment.

Rory Shaffer
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Review summary

Pros

  • Beautiful design
  • Multiple display styles
  • Read later function
  • Cloud synchronization

Cons

  • None
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