By Idea Shower
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★★★★★ App Store’s Best of 2012
★★★★★ App Store’s Editor’s Choice
When you find an interesting article, video or web page that you want to read, watch or view later, put it in Pocket. Once it’s in Pocket, it automatically syncs across to your phone, tablet and computer so you can view it anytime on any device, even without an internet connection.
LOVED BY MILLIONS, Pocket has been called the “DVR for the web” by The New York Times, Businessweek, and TechCrunch.
♥ Wired Best of 2012 Staff Pick
♥ “#5 App We’re Thankful For” — LifeHacker
♥ “Downright Beautiful” — Gizmodo
♥ “Essential App for Travel” — USA Today
Whether you’re traveling, commuting, standing in line or simply relaxing at home, Pocket lets you save content you discover from your browser or favorite apps into a beautiful universal list.
✓ WHAT YOU CAN POCKET: Articles, videos, recipes or pretty much anything you find online. It’s easy to save to Pocket from your favorite apps or browser.
✓ VIEW EVERYWHERE: If it’s in Pocket, it’s on your phone, tablet, and computer.
✓ EASY ON THE EYES: See your articles, videos, and everything else in a beautiful, easy-to-view layout that improves the readability and watchability of any page.
✓ PLAYS WELL WITH OTHERS: Save directly from your browser or from over 300 different apps like Twitter, Flipboard, Pulse, and Zite.
What's New in Version 1.5.2
- Fixed an issue that prevented some users from launching the app
- Improvements to Sharing to Evernote
- Further fixes to Tweet Attribution
Great integration with my other most used apps
I love Pocket - it’s perfectly invisible until you need it. Being able to save directly from Twitter, Facebook or the browser on any of my devices is effortless, and then being able to access my saved articles from any device has made me much more likely to read longer, more involved pieces of writing than I used to. The UI is almost perfect, just a few occasional issues with interpreting where images should show up in the article flow.
My most used app
Brilliant app. Pocket provides an extremely easy and quick way of storing articles in one place. Its intergration with my second most used app, Tweetbot, is invaluable as most of the articles I read I find through twitter. Lastly, the seemless sync between my iphone and mac pocket apps is flawless, and means I can read my articles wherever I am and whenever I want.
Can’t fault this app!!
Like all the best software, there’s little to say except that it just works. It does what it does and it does it really well. I use it all the time for trips when I have lots to read / catch up on, but intermittent or no wifi connection. Couldn’t do without it now!