Pocket is a save-for-later app that lets you store and revisit articles, recipes, websites, and videos from the Internet all conveniently located in one place.
You can read what you saved even if/when you don’t have an Internet connection. If you are sitting on a plane, during a commute, or waiting in line, you can still access your saved links! Yay! You can access your favorite content from ANY device, not just the one from where you downloaded it (iOS, Android or a browser — doesn’t matter!). Pocket has a search option, so you can easily navigate your way through all the links of articles, websites, and recipes you’ll inevitably end up saving. What could be better than being able to see and read your fave things on the Internet more easily and efficiently? Say goodbye to the days of emailing links to yourself or saving recipes or websites to your Notes (or like this blogger, keeping all the tabs open to sites or articles). Peace out days-of-old. It’s FREE!
[Pocket] currently has more than 12 million registered users and is integrated into more than 500 apps including Flipboard, Twitter and Zite. It is available for major devices and platforms including iPad, iPhone, Android, Mac, Kindle Fire, Kobo, Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Opera and Windows.
Find out more about Pocket from this peppy video, below.
Don’t forget to Pocket us!
Originally published at blog.edgetheory.com.