It’s been three weeks since LinkedIn agreed to pay $90 million to buy Pulse, and now the social news app has introduced features to allow content sharing to LinkedIn’s business-focused social network, which rolled out to its Android app today. Users of Pulse for Android can now share articles to LinkedIn from inside the app once they connect their two accounts together. Pulse says that the sharing feature is the first of many, and it will come to the iOS app soon. The company says it has been busy meeting people at its new parent company and is “working hard to prepare the next phase of exciting collaborations”. This isn’t the first LinkedIn-related feature that Pulse has added, it introduced LinkedIn Influencers — which allows users to read the news stream of top LinkedIn influencers — to the app last month at the time that its much-speculated acquisition was confirmed.