Chances are that you have already heard of ‘Read It Later’ service that allows users to save long articles of their interest as bookmarks and read them whenever they have free time. Recently team behind Read It Later announced a huge news about their platform and how they are changing it. Now Read It Later is called ‘Pocket’, and it not only allows users to save articles for later reading but also let’s them to save other media types including photos and videos so that they can view them later whenever they want to. Along with the overhaul and new name for their service, Pocket (formerly Read It Later) also announced a new update for it’s iOS app. This new update replaces the older paid version of Read It Later app and gives it a whole new look and name. The app that is now called Pocket (Formerly Read It Later) on the App Store is not only available for free to owners of the paid version, but is also available for free to first time users.
Pocket automatically syncs bookmarks to all connected devices be it your phone, tablet or computer. It allows users to view their bookmarked links even when they don’t have internet connectivity available. It present the saved articles in a clean and clutter free environment so that readers can enjoy the content without any distraction. You can use Pocket on your iOS device to save any article, website, video, or even image and read or view it later.
The new Pocket app looks very pretty and has a clean look to it. It is compatible with iOS’s web browser as well as 300 third party apps including Twitter, Flipboard, Pulse, and Zite.
Pocket is a universal app so you can enjoy it for free on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.