Pocket allows you to save images, articles, videos with one button click. It is a convenient tool used to manage and store your favorite online content. Interestingly, Pocket improves the reading experience by reformatting the article you saved and making it look better.
Search function provided is basically useless because every time you go make a search, it returns just a few items and the download status wheel keeps turning even after a few hours. This is not a one-time experience. It's been like this for months.
This is my default application on my phone to be able to download stuff for later reading. Having the browser button sync automatically with your phone gives you the possibility to read on the train. That definitely has been invaluable. I never really had any major issues with it, but I know that some people might have multiple accounts and the application doesn't make it super easy to make sure you can switch between the two accounts. It's pretty decent app and very simple to use.
If you're busy like I am, you run across tons of great sites with information that you need, but don't have time to read. GetPocket.com is a site, (and set of apps) that perfectly fits this need.
This handy site allows you to save any url to your "pocket" where you can read it later, (the site was formerly called readitlater). In addition to allowing you to save any url from your web browser, it also has an iPad/iPhone as well as Android and Kindle Fire apps, making it sync across all your devices. As an added bonus, you can even email yourself a link or snippet of information. Add the ability to read the items in your "pocket" offline, and it quickly becomes a truly indispensable tool for organizing all those articles that you need to reference at a later date.
I used to bookmark these, or add them to Evernote, but somehow never got around to visiting them later. GetPocket makes it easy and convenient, in a sleek, beautiful interface that's easy to use, and integrates seamlessly with over 300 apps.
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