Pulse sets itself apart by the sheer number of sources it gives users. There are so many that you will
have to add pages, keeping the similar sources together. Plus you can also add RSS feeds blogs which
you have listed on Google Reader to the pages. And, thankfully, it supports regional languages too.
This too app facilitates sharing through Facebook and Twitter as well as lets users save stories for read-
ing later. Another interesting feature is the option to read either just the text or to go for a full web view
of the original page. Flud News (Free) IOS
Flud News is similar to Pulse in its formatting and layout,
though it creates the sections on its own by default. Here too
you can search for and add more RSS feeds. While the
sources are arranged in rows from top to bottom, users can
browse within a source by swiping from left to right. This app
directly opens the original story page and the sharing op-
tions are limited to Facebook and Twitter. Users can, how-
ever, ‘love’ stories, which are bookmarked for later reading.
Facebook and Twitter feeds can also be added to the app.