5,000,000 - 10,000,000 downloads
- Offline reading
- Articles, videos, image, gifs supported
- Intuitive UI
- It should add gestures to interact with content's list
Pocket allows you to save webpages, tweets, videos, articles... to read/watch it later
How many times did you send links/webpages and any other resource to your e-mail (or bookmarked them) in order to read them later? I've made it that way thousands of times. For those who want to watch and read everything but are always in a rush, Pocket pops in as a revolutionary tool.
Give a break to your e-mail. Create a Pocket account and start pushing articles, videos, images, gifs... anything worth to be saved or that requires more time to be watched/read than what you have right now. The app automatically syncs the content (over WiFi or data, set at your whim) in order to make it accessible offline. You can retake them whenever you feel like from your smartphone, tablet, browser or desktop. A cross-platform service with browser extension: mark interesting articles you find at the office and catch up with them on your downtime.
'Pocketed' content can be tag, fav and archived. There's also an 'Inbox' to send and receive content to/from friends. Pocket is fully customizable: font size, font-type, light/dark theme
Pocket stands out due to a powerful app concept and well-designed intuitive interface. It has integration with hundreds of apps which enriches the user experience and makes it one of the best bookmarking services on the market.
Over 10 million people use Pocket to easily save articles, videos, and other web content for later. With Pocket, all your items go to one place, so you can view, organize and share them anytime, on any device, even offline.
Don’t lose track of the interesting things you find by emailing yourself links, keeping a long list of bookmarks, or simply letting tabs pile up in your browser for later. Just save them to Pocket, and they’ll be ready whenever you are.
WHAT CAN I SAVE FOR LATER?
Save articles, news stories, blog posts, videos, recipes, and any web links that you find online or from your favorite apps.
If it’s in Pocket, it’s seamlessly synced across your phone, tablet, and computer. Perfect for commutes, travel, or curling up on your couch.
BETTER VIEWING EXPERIENCE
Read articles and watch videos in a beautiful easy-to-view layout that improves the viewing experience of any page.
Pocket even works when you’re offline. Access links and articles you’ve saved even without an Internet connection. You can also set Pocket to only download when connected to Wi-Fi to reduce data usage.
Archive or Favorite links you’ve read or watched. Add Tags to organize related content into topics or categories and stay in sync across all your devices.
USE WITH YOUR FAVORITE APPS AND SITES
Whether you’re browsing online or on-the-go with apps like Flipboard and Feedly, Pocket lets you save great content wherever you find it. You can save for later with a single click from any share menu on your phone or your computer using our Browser Extensions or bookmarklets for Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Internet Explorer. After you’re done reading or watching, send the articles and videos you enjoyed to another friend’s Pocket, or share to Facebook, Twitter, Evernote, or email.
Save as many articles, videos and links as you want. Pocket will highlight the best and most relevant items in your list, organized by topic, source, and length, so that you can always find something interesting to read or watch.
Upgrade anytime to Premium for a more powerful Pocket experience. Pocket Premium unlocks a permanent library for the articles and webpages you save; gives you full-text, topic, tag, and author search to help you find exactly what you’re looking for; and delivers suggested tags that take the work out of organizing your list.
Learn more about us at http://www.getpocket.com/.
Questions about requested permissions? See http://getpocket.com/permissions
Pocket is compatible with all Android devices running Android 2.3+.
New simple, modern, and bold visual design
Support for Android 5.0 (Lollipop)
Bug fixes and improvements
The No.1 Read Later App!
This app contains a setting that allows you to save your article cache to the SD card to save space on your main partition. This is meant to make up for the fact that the app itself cannot be moved to the SD card without impairing normal usage. Unfortunately checking off the "save offline cache to SD card" option does not actually work. I'm using an Nvidia Shield Tablet running Android 5.0 and whe
Prefer it to Instapaper now. With saving to pocket added right into the update for chrome, its a must have
Its a great app for saving articles to read later. But the material design update is not polished. The drawer and the setting menu have to be fixed.
only the thing is my local language Web pages are not supported
That's the quickest and smaryest way to bookmark your favourite things like videos or websites ☺