“Having only been absent since late Monday, Pulse is already back on sale at the App Store,” MacNN reports. “The iPad app displays RSS feeds in a graphical grid, and had been a popular download prior to its disappearing. It was temporarily pulled following a complaint by the New York Times, alleging that the app infringed on the newspaper’s rights.”
“Why the app would return — unchanged — is unclear, but it is likely a result of Apple’s WWDC 2010 keynote,” MacNN reports. “Pulse was highlighted during the event by the company’s CEO, Steve Jobs, and the app’s sudden absence may have proven an embarrassment to both Jobs and the company’s marketing plans.”
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More info about Pulse News Reader (US$3.99) via Apple’s iTunes App Store here.