When you find something you want to view later, put it in Pocket.
I heard about Pocket on a podcast and instantly knew I had to try it. I am constantly finding articles on-line that I want to save for later or read with out all the extra stuff on the pages, like ads. I love Pocket for that! I can save articles, videos, and more from different devices and read them without the clutter when I am ready.
Pocket had saved me from trying to keep track of a mountain of bookmarks and then the larger headache of trying to sync those across devices, of which only a few browsers will do. I can find something at home on my computer and stuff it in my “pocket” account, then on my phone while waiting for my kids, or when it’s quiet and I have time to read and enjoy a cup of coffee, I can get caught up on my reading.
I’ve had a little frustration trying to authorize Twitter from an iPad or iPhone for Pocket, but I don’t save all that many articles from Twitter. Also, when I want to save an article from Facebook from my iPhone, I have to copy the URL first, then open Pocket, then save it. However, I feel this is more of a user lever issue then it is an application issue.
According to their website, it supports integration with all the major browsers except Internet Explorer. It works on almost any mobile operation system such as iOS and Android, and 500+ applications like Twitter and Zite.
The beautiful thing about Pocket is that the free version is fantastically useful! The premium does offer some better organizational features and major search enhancements, but is designed for those using Pocket as a permanent storage location for information.
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