Pocket formerly known as ReadItLater for Mac, iPad, iPod, iPhone, Android devices, and for PC users there is a Chrome extension you can add on. Pocket is a read it later app. Browsing the net, reading an email, see a tweet you want to save, a great YouTube video, etc…you can save it all to Pocket to read or view later, and the really cool thing here is if you are stuck with no internet access you can simply open up Pocket and read from something you saved for later. Have a long trip? Waiting in the doctor’s office? Ugh… we all know how we hate to sit and waste time with nothing useful to do. Pocket allows you to access that great stuff you saved with ease without the worry of internet access.

The simplest way to save to Pocket is to send an email to add@getpocket.com, but there is another way that is more complicated and if not done properly it won’t work. To learn more about or get Pocket go here.

What read-it- later type apps do you use? What do you like about them? Let us know in the comments below.

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  2. Hey this is a cool application, happy thing is it’s available for androids. It’s really nice to have to watch the videos that we wanted to watch over and over without having internet access. Cool.

    • Yes, it’s available for Androids. I use it on my Android as well as my iPad and PC, and it syncs across all 3 devices.

      Thanks for stopping by and reading!

      Hope you’re enjoying your weekend.

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