TechCrunch reports that the Pulse RSS reader has added a “save to Pulse” bookmarklet and Chrome extension, to allow Instapaper- or Readability-style marking and saving of articles to be read via the Pulse reader later.

As I’ve said, I wasn’t too impressed with Pulse—it seemed designed for people who just want to follow a few favorite feeds, and intentionally inimical to my own RSS reading habits in which I trawl through literally hundreds of headlines per day looking for TeleRead nuggets—but it does call attention to the way that tablets and tablet apps are starting to change people’s content-reading habits. Perhaps people who do use Pulse a lot will find this additional feature useful.


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