Pulp Newsreader App for Mac Gets Retina Display Support

Posted July 7, 2012 at 5:26pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 5589 views

Pulp, a newsreader app for OS X, has been updated to support the new Retina Display MacBook Pro.

Pulp is a unique and innovative news reader that turns your favourite news sites into your own personalized newspaper, making scanning through the news quicker and more enjoyable than ever before. By putting multiple news feeds onto a single page, Pulp lets you quickly browse through headlines, previews, and photos to find the stories that interest you most. With a beautifully refined user interface, one-click sharing, and a companion app for your iPad, Pulp is the ultimate news reading experience.

Features:
– Beautiful, hand-crafted user interface that turns your news feeds into a virtual newspaper
– Subscribe to feeds just by typing in a name or keyword
– Save interesting articles to read later using the shelf
– See the most important stories analyzed from your feeds on the home page
– Turn short descriptions into full articles with Magic Reader
– iCloud integration keeps all of your Macs and iPads in sync
– Share articles on Facebook, Twitter, Instapaper, Pocket, and Readability
– Import your favourite feeds from Google Reader
– Fully optimized for retina displays

What's New In This Version:
- Enhanced for retina displays
- Fixes encoding issues in Magic Reader
- Mountain Lion compatibility
- Various other bug fixes and tweaks

You can purchase Pulp from the App Store for $9.99.

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