Save To Pulse For Chrome Bookmarks Pages For Later Reading

Chrome: With the new Save to Pulse Chrome extension and bookmarklet, users of the iOS and Android news reader, Pulse, can add read-it-later functionality.

Like Instapaper, the goal of the bookmarklet and Chrome extension is to integrate the desktop and mobile web together. Once you sign in with your Pulse account, you can save articles for later viewing on the Pulse website or on your mobile device with a single click to the extension button or the bookmarklet. When you load up Pulse on your mobile, the stories can be retrieved by tapping the button in the corner of the app.

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