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New Way To Read The Sip

Dec 22, 2010
New Way To Read The Sip
Read us on Pulse for your iPad, iPhone or Android device.

smart devicesOne of the best apps for reading all the content you care about just got better. Pulse, the free app that brings all your favorite news sites and streams onto one, easy-to-scroll screen, now features The Daily SipTM. When you log on and check out what's happening on the BBC, The New York Times and ESPN, you can also get your daily dose of wine knowledge.

Go to the iTunes store or Android Market to download Pulse for free, then simply tap the + sign at the bottom of the app when you launch it for the first time. The window that opens will offer a host of popular content streams--including The Daily Sip. Just tap on our logo, and The Daily Sip will be delivered to your device via Pulse every day.

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Click here to learn more about Pulse, or go straight to the iTunes store or Android Market to download the app now. In mere seconds you'll be able to read The Daily Sip alongside other news sites in a single, intuitive, easy-on-the-eyes format--wherever you and your device go.

 
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Great Clubs, No Velvet Ropes
Motor City Merlot

Dec 22, 2010
I love Pulse! So fun to peruse The Daily Sip, Fbook, CNN, et al with their graphic-driven app.

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