Organize Your Mobile and Web Reading with Pocket

I’m a voracious reader. I have more books than I can read. I have more ebooks that I can possibly find the time to read. And yet I scour the web for interesting snippets to keep my mind happy.

And it irritates me when I don’t have a pen and paper to bookmark interesting sites on my phone. I used to use Evernote to keep track of interesting web sites until I bumped into Pocket!

Pocket lets you easily save articles, videos, and other web content for later. All your items go to one place, so you can view, organize and share them anytime, on any device, even offline

Pocket - Save for Later

 

You can save articles, news stories, blog posts, videos, recipes, and any web links that you find online or from your favourite apps and view them on your tablet, smart phone or computer (everything synchronised).

 

Pocket -Read Anywhere

 

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.

 

Pocket - Organise

 

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.

Whether you’re browsing online or on-the-go with apps like Flipboard and Feedly, you can easily save interesting articles to Pocket that lets you access them whenever you want.

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.

Pocket’s available on Android and iOS.

This is one tool you’ll be glad to have on your mobile.

 

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