Everyday you are likely to stumble upon a lot of interesting articles while surfing the net. You, on the other hand, love to collect online tips and tricks, work hard to accumulate information for your research/project, follow tech guides by your favorite sites or you just love to read all those long opinion pieces published in the News sites. But, what if it’s a busy day and you are too tired to go online and continue reading articles? What if you need to save and collect some articles/posts for future purposes, so that you can read those interesting articles at your free time and utilize them for any project you’re working on?
I know, you have bookmarking option to save them and you can even copy-paste them in a text file in order to read them later. You may even have saved the necessary pages in your computer for future purposes. However, you are doing it all wrong. Your articles will not be organized, hence, will not be available for you just at the moment you need them most.
Introducing Pocket, your soon to be very best friend, to save all the useful articles you come across online. In a nutshell, Pocket is free, albeit paid available service that enables you to save all those interesting articles to read later.
Feature list: Amazing things Pocket is going to do for you. Yes, for free…
- Save articles, videos, recipes, and webpages you find online or from your favorite apps in a click.
- Save and read article from anywhere even offline.
- If it’s in Pocket, it’s on your phone, tablet or computer, even when you’re offline. Perfect for commutes, travel, and curling up on your couch.
- Provide a beautiful and clutter free experience for future reading.
- Enable you to tag/star and archive your articles for easy organization.
- Quick search to find any article you saved.
- Send anyone your saved articles by email or just share among other pocket users.
- Integrate with services like Feedly, Evernote, Pulse, Flipboard etc
- Available for every operating system present now.
Supported Apps: Pocket has, by a great margin, the most support among third party apps. If you want to save articles from Buffer, Feedly, Pulse, Flipboard, the Alien Blue Reddit Client, and other apps, Pocket is the service to use.
It also has browser extensions for Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Opera and a bookmarklet that works in any browser. For everything else, it has an easy save-by-email function. To see the full list of supported app go to here.
Pocket recently released their Premium version enabling you to permanently save the article if the content gets moved or pulled from internet. It also comes with more powerful search and tag suggestions. To learn more about premium feature click here.
So, from now on put your web articles in pocket from any browser, tag them accordingly, install android and iOS app to read your articles on the go. In future we will show you how to use Pocket as an online collaborative learning tool and advanced integration with other online web tools.
If you have any suggestions or tips for saving web articles please share with us. We appreciate our readers winning formula for getting things done.