With the recent debacle surround hype flopped Flipbook (I’m currently in a queue to have my Facebook and Twitter account added to their service, a queue!) I’m happy to see a decent RSS reader hit the market in Pulse. Flipbook is navigating some grey legal waters in that they actually pull content directly from news sources and aggregate it in a magazine format instead of tapping into the RSS feed of the site. Pulse actually ran into some problems with the New York Times when it was first released, NYT stating that Pulse was infringing on content laws. Pulse has been widely downloaded on the iPad and iPhone platform and luckily for us, no functionality was sacrificed when ported over to Android. $1.99 USD on the market place, this app is highly worth it for anyone who wants to take their RSS feeds on the go. Tap here to download the app on your android device, or download the free barcode scanner from the market place and scan in the QR code, a much cooler option.