Pulse app updated with redesigned discovery experience, improved search

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Good news Pulse users, LinkedIn has updated its popular newsreader app this afternoon with a handful of new features and improvements. The update, which brings the client to version 3.2, brings about a redesigned discovery experience, improved search, and more…

Here’s your full 3.2 change log:

Fully redesigned experience to discover new publications, channels and influencers
– Lightning fast search to find sources you want to read
– Preview a source before adding it to Pulse

Admittedly, the redesigned discovery experience is actually quite nice, and really does make it easier to sift through the assortment of publications and channels. This, combined with the improved search, makes adding new content to your Pulse board seem effortless.

The folks at Alphonso Labs, the creators of Pulse, have been rather quiet since the project was purchased by LinkedIn. The social network acquired the application back in March of this year for a reported $100 million, and this is the first big update we’ve seen to it since.

I still love the app though, and it continues to get better with each update. I recommend checking it out if you aren’t already using it. As usual, you can find Pulse in the App Store, for both the iPhone and iPad, for free.