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Pocket (was Read It Later) for Android 5.0

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21 Nov 2013

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Verdict

Powerful app that makes it really easy view saved web pages in a format which are browsable, without ads or other annoying diversions, from Android device, at a later date.

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Type: Full commercial application

Platform: Android

Manufacturer: Read It Later, Inc

Price: Free

Browse a web page and you’ll find various links and external pages that link to other sites. The problem is that, during a working day, we don’t have the time to visit the other sites, external pages or read other information. However, we also don’t want to lose these links and might want to browse them at a later date.

Pocket (was Read It Later) is an app you can use on your Android device to view save web pages (and web links) as if you were browsing a document or book. Simply choose the pages you want to save, for later, through your web browser, go to Pocket, login and view the pages in a simplified version.

Note that this is the version for your Android. There are separate extensions for your web browser or Pocket for your iOS device.

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