Liked a story link on Twitter, but do not have the time to read it entirely? Save it in Pocket, a new app that enables you to save webpages in a non-clutter format for future reading. The app is available for Android, iOS as well as Blackberry smart phones. First step is to download the app and create an account using an Email ID.
Now, save webpages on Pocket by mailing the link to add@get pocket.com, or share through your phone browser (desktop computer users need to install an additional plug-in from www.getpocket.com). There are also third-party apps that enable you to save web pages directly from Twitter without having to open the webpage.
But why would you use Pocket when most browsers allow you to save a page for future reading? Well, Pocket provides clutter-free reading on your phone. It is very useful, particularly for opening a heavy page. Besides, once it syncs pages saved on your desktop, tablet, smart phone and other devices, your favourite stories are accessible without a net connection.
Available for free
On Google Play, iTunes and Blackberry
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