Pocket has been named one of the best apps for Mac, iPhone and iPad by the App Store.
Over 14 million people use Pocket to easily save articles, videos and more for later. With Pocket, all of your content goes to one place, so you can view it anytime, on any device. You can even read articles offline, making Pocket indispensable for subway commutes, flights, or anywhere else you find yourself without mobile data or Wi-Fi.
WHAT CAN I SAVE?
Save articles, videos, recipes, and webpages you find online or from your favorite apps.
VIEW EVERYWHERE, EVEN OFFLINE
If it’s in Pocket, it’s on your phone, tablet or computer, even when you’re offline. Perfect for commutes, traveling, and curling up on your couch.
BEAUTIFUL VIEWING EXPERIENCE
See your saved items in a simple, easy-to-view layout that improves the viewing experience of any page.
Access what you’ve saved offline. Set up Pocket to only download when connected to Wi-Fi to reduce data usage.
USE WITH YOUR FAVORITE APPS AND SITES
Whether you’re browsing online or on-the-go with your favorite apps, Pocket lets you save great content wherever you find it. After you’re done reading, send the articles and videos you love to another friend’s Pocket, or share to Facebook, Twitter, Evernote, or email.
Save as much as you want, Pocket will highlight the best and most relevant content in your list.
Upgrade anytime to Pocket Premium for powerful new features like advanced search, suggested tags, and a Permanent Library to back up the articles and web pages you save.
Pocket is available for Mac, iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, the Web, and any other phone or tablet.
You can also save to Pocket with our Browser Extensions for Chrome, Safari, or Firefox.
Learn more about us at http://www.getpocket.com/.
• This week's update resolves an bug that prevented you from searching your list while an article is open in the reader.
Ratings and Reviews
Simple and Perfect
Some apps are so simple you think to youself, ‘Why didn’t I think of that’, or similarly, ‘Why do you need an app for that. It’s too simple?’. To me, Pocket falls in that category. I constantly navigate the web and quite often there is a larger article/page that I want to come back too. Of course Safari has it’s Reading List feature which ‘sort of’ does similiar things, but where Pocket excels in it’s ease of use and organization. Futher, with bookmarks and all the other functionaliy a browser has to offer, it’s nice to have something removed and separate if for nothing else simply organization.
The UI is very well done and the workflow clean and intutive. The shortcut feature to add a page is quite handy and allows for quick navigation. I can only imagine that over time they will add more features, as many rewviewers have noticed are currently lacking.
Again, great app. Can’t wait to see what’s coming in future releases.
It’s Essential & Easy to Use (6 Stars)
Pocket, the one application I use every time on my iPhone, iPad and MacBook. It is such an incredibly brilliant way to save just about anything on the web. See something you’d like to look at later? Simply click the Pocket icon and it is saved. Ready to read, even off-line? Look in Pocket under Saved Items. What could be easier than that? I have been using Pocket for many years (since it was Read It Later).
Recently I subscribed to Pocket Premium, which for a nominal fee offers some very handy additional features. With Premium what you Pocket is automatically saved intact. So, if the webpage you Saved, no longer exists - it is always available for you to read. And you can easily add tags to items you save to make them easy to find.
Pocket makes the online experience so much better. Try it and you’ll wonder how you ever got along without it.
A free Pocket for internet reading
Pocket for Mac is great for making a personal reading list of articles from blogs and other web pages, Facebook posts, images, PDFs, and video clips. Just add a bookmarklet to your browser and click away. The OS version actually lacks the tile view of articles and the profile page that are both found on Pocket for iPad. The Mac version still has all the essentials: current and archived lists, tags, share button, font size adjustments, filter by content type, and the choice of original web page view or “clean” article-only view. I use the free, basic service and find that most web articles remain intact for a long time. If you want to archive things that tend to be ephemeral like social media posts, or just want to insure that you keep your web articles, consider a premium subscription.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.