LinkedIn Pulse App Gets Landscape Mode Support for Reading Web Articles

LinkedIn Pulse App Gets Landscape Mode Support for Reading Web Articles

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The LinkedIn Pulse app has been updated with landscape mode support for reading web articles.

Pulse by LinkedIn is the professional news app tailored to you. This Apple Design Award-winning app allows you to customize your news reading experience, easily explore compelling professional content, and share stories to your favorite social networks. Sign in with your LinkedIn account to sync what you’re already following, save articles, and join the conversation.

Features:
- Easily browse thousands of trusted sources, from major publications and LinkedIn Influencers to blogs and beyond
- Discover insightful content from Pulse’s comprehensive catalog of thousands of sources. New and noteworthy publishers and Influencers each week
- Customize feeds based on your interests to get fresh, personalized content delivered daily. You can also directly import your Reader RSS feeds
- Share with your favorite networks such as LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Flickr, and Tumblr
- Sync your sources. When you login with LinkedIn you ensure that what you follow and save is available on all your devices. Saved stories can also be sent to Pocket, Evernote, Instapaper, or Readability
- No Internet? No problem. Pulse effortlessly loads the stories you read so they’re ready whenever and wherever you are

What's New In This Version:
You can now read articles on the web in landscape mode.

You can download LinkedIn Pulse from the App Store for free.

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LinkedIn Pulse App Gets Landscape Mode Support for Reading Web ArticlesLinkedIn Pulse App Gets Landscape Mode Support for Reading Web Articles
My name - December 16, 2013 at 9:27pm
Finally f**k. Stupid linkdin BS that has no business buying a news app like this and then ruins it. Smart
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