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  • Offline reading
  • Cross-platform
  • Articles, videos, image, gifs supported
  • Archive
  • Intuitive UI
  • It should add gestures to interact with content's list
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Expert's Review

"Do procrastinate, do it later!"

Reviewed by / Apr 24, 2014

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.

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Developer's original description available here
Save articles, videos and other web content for later in a beautiful and optimized easy-to-view experience for your phone and tablet -- even offline.

Pocket is your perfect mobile companion for commutes, travel, or curling up on your couch.

★ Webby Award for Best Productivity App and Best User Experience 2014 ★

• Unlimited storage to keep all the articles and videos you save in one place.
• 3 full-screen reading modes for Day and Night.
• Save data with wi-fi only syncing.
• Organize easily with powerful search and tagging.
• Works with your favorite apps and sites like Twitter, Flipboard, Feedly and more.
• Easily share anything from Pocket to Evernote, Twitter, Facebook or a Friend.
• Desktop Browser extensions for Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Internet Explorer lets you save anything from your Desktop to your Phone and Tablet in a one click. Available at http://getpocket.com/welcome

Learn more about us at http://www.getpocket.com/
Questions about requested permissions? See http://getpocket.com/permissions

Recently changed in this version

Refreshed design for Twitter and Send To Friend Attribution

Continue the conversation with the new Reply button in Send to Friend

Additional bug fixes and improvements

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  • (74)

    by Dustin Summer on 17/04/2015

    While in my tag list, it would be awesome to be able to search it. Remove all unused tags.

  • (74)

    by Sabrina Howard on 17/04/2015

    Love being able to save articles for later reading. I often find things I want to read, but can't at that moment, and this is the perfect solution. The clean design of the app makes reading a pleasure.

  • (74)

    by noor pasha on 17/04/2015

    Very useful for webpage geeks...

  • (74)

    by Mathivanan E on 17/04/2015

    Some matters ie as about mobile not covers all the displays particularly size of the phone.

  • (74)

    by Jauhary Mustofa on 16/04/2015

    Its verry usefull.. its great..!!

  • (74)

    by Dayton Livingston on 16/04/2015

    Had it since it was "Read It Later". For a short while it was actually useful, but then they removed the functionality that made it so. Here's the thing. YOU CANNOT MODIFY TITLES. I read a lot of articles which come from the same site or blog, and therefore the title is the same. It's utterly useless to me to have 50 articles saved that are all titled the same. I can re-find the original art

  • (74)

    by Stephen Keeley on 16/04/2015

    Somehow their suggestions are spot on

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