I have been using it since before LinkedIn bought it. I don't know how many of you caught the Keynote Address at the Apple WWDC 2015, but new in iOS 9 will be a News reader app like Pulse. Of course, in true Apple fashion, they not only went there, but went there in a big way. Not only does it conglomerate articles of interest to you, it learns what you like the more you use it - and presents it in a truly elegant and beautiful way. Content providers can even target their articles using publishing features of the News app - things like fully interactive content, animations, transitions, embedded multimedia, and more - of course, presented in a consistent format across feeds, blogs and web sites. Just like Pulse, but way beyond.
So, after that announcement, it occurred to me that I no longer have a need for Pulse, and that as soon as iOS 9 is available in a more stable Beta (next week perhaps?), I will perhaps have a chance to ditch Pulse once and for all. As great as Pulse was, there were a few things that drove me crazy. Namely, it constantly lost the "read" mark, so I would forget the last publication I read from each source. It crashed every once in awhile, and that was very annoying because it then didn't remember all the articles I had read. Another one, you would think that All Things Digital would be a source it would know how to display, but instead each and every publication you can't read the content, and have to use the "View on web" link - and I don't want to view on the web in my phone browser, because it is not mobile friendly.
What are your thoughts? Have you used Pulse, or some other conglomerator (sounds like one of Dr. Doofenschmirtz's -inators)? If you own an iPhone/iPad/iPod, would you ditch the others and go with Apple's News reader?