For people who love to save links that they find that they don’t have time to read now but will read later (but how much of that do they read later is another matter), Pocket is one of the more useful tools that you can have on
If you view a lot of links, news stories, and posts every day, chances are you’ve discovered the wonders of Pocket, which helps you keep track and save those that matter to you. But they want to be more than just a saver of
As if the stuff we see on all of our social media feeds are not enough, Pocket app’s recent update includes a new Recommendations feature so you can see articles and videos you might be interested in or might have missed.
With the amount of posts, links, videos, images, etc that we come across every day and that we are thinking of consuming, sometimes what is left is what everybody else is talking about (which is not necessarily quality) or what
Your favorite (well, at least it is our favorite) offline reading service Pocket has received an update which makes it virtually ready for Android 5.0 Lollipop. Version 5.7 has now adapted its own version of the Material Design
Instapaper is one of those apps that you really would appreciate in these modern, mobile-centric, fast-paced times – it allows you to store articles for reading, offline and formatted for easy reading. You know, those articles
The Pocket app for Android was recently updated with new features. It still is the same app fans have grown to love but with new additions of Undo Functionality, Offline Storage Control, and Improved Formatting for Evernote.
It was inevitable and now Pocket, formerly known as Read It Later, has joined the army of free services with paid premium offerings. But while two of three features focus particularly on convenience, one in particular is probably
The Pocket app has recently been updated. This latest update can already be found in the Play Store and it brings a few key additions. One of those should be especially welcomed by those with a device running Android 4.4. Kit
Google has just announced its take on the wearable tech market and its unsurprising to hear of people jumping on the new Android Wear trend. One of these eager beavers, and probably one of those that immediately make sense, is