Pocket: Save Stories for Later

Pocket: Save Stories for Later

Designed & Published By Read It Later, Inc

  • App Category: News
  • Release Date: 2009-04-09
  • Current Version: 6.6.7
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 95.21 MB
  • Developer: Read It Later, Inc
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 22,040 Reviews)
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Pocket: Save Stories for Later App Ratings: 4.5
Based on 22,040 Reviews

Pocket: Save Stories for Later App Description

Pocket is your place to quickly save, discover, and recommend the stories that interest you. -- SAVE FOR LATER: The next time you find an article, video or link you want to read or watch later, just save it to Pocket. It’ll sync across your phone, tablet, and computer so you can come back to it whenever and wherever you’d like, even when you’re offline. You can save to Pocket from pretty much anywhere, including your computer, Safari, email, and your favorite apps like Facebook, Twitter, Flipboard, and Feedly. BEAUTIFUL READING EXPERIENCE: Read and watch everything in Pocket in a clean, easy-to-view layout that’s free of distractions. You can customize Pocket to match your reading style. DISCOVER STORIES YOU’LL LOVE: Quickly discover new stories you’ll love with personalized recommendations hand-picked by Pocket and the people you follow. RECOMMEND THE BEST OF YOUR POCKET: Recommend the most interesting stories you’re reading and watching in Pocket to your friends and followers. PLUS: • Unlimited storage • Tags to quickly get organized • Listen to your articles with Text-to-Speech • Save with one click using Pocket’s desktop browser extensions for Safari, Chrome, and Firefox -- “Stop emailing yourself links and just install Pocket.” - The Verge “Pocket makes subway reading possible. No longer do your lingering Safari pages refresh mid-commute, leaving you staring at a blank, hopeless screen that cannot connect to the Internet.” - Slate --- Upgrade to Pocket Premium for a more powerful Pocket experience ($4.99 monthly, $44.99 annually): • Permanent Library to keep a personal backup of what you save • Full-Text searching to find anything in your list • Suggested Tags to get organized fast. Price may vary by location. Subscriptions will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes account. Your subscription will automatically renew unless canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. To end a subscription, disable auto-renewal and allow the current period to end. It will not be possible to immediately cancel a subscription. Refunds are not available for unused portions of a subscription. Pocket Privacy Policy: http://getpocket.com/privacy Pocket Terms of Service: http://getpocket.com/tos


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App Reviews

  • Unusable on an iPhone X

    By brennanMKE
    I’ve been using my new iPhone for the past 2 days and when I try to save links Pocket does not seem to be logged in yet it is. I can copy links and open Pocket and it does nothing. I am unable save any new links. I may just export all of my saved links and import them elsewhere.
  • iOS 11

    By Submax65
    20 Nov 2017 Update App is not crashing. I receive a message, “Please open Pocket and sign in” In Pocket, I am signed in to Facebook snd Twitter. What is up with that?
  • Disappointed

    By Checo P
    This app used to be great before. Unfortunately,not anymore.
  • What is going on ?!?

    By Rpm-80
    This used to be the best. Find myself using Instapaper more and more these days.
  • Add highlighter feature.

    By iminbanknow
    Nothing to say.
  • Cropping Articles

    By Jeff3601
    Used to love this app but now, when you save a page to Pocket, the article is cut off 1-2 paragraphs in. Unless you want to save a VERY short article, best to find a different app that will save the ENTIRE article that you want to save. Nothing more annoying than saving a recipe to Pocket, only to find that Pocket only saved part of the ingredient list and zero instructions on how to cook your food. Time to dump Pocket and find an app that works well!!!
  • A failure to keep up or innovate

    By Luhmann
    This app was an early innovator in the field, but it is showing its age. The built-in reader mode is more effective and works on more sites than the one used in this app. Competitor apps offer highlighting features not available in Pocket. And long requested features like the ability to see articles that one started to read but never finished have been ignored. I still use Pocket, but it feels more and more like a big box I shove things into rather than a genuinely useful tool for handling information overload.
  • Instapaper is way better

    By kzme
    If I lock/sleep my iPad while reading, Pocket loses my place and starts back at the top of the article when I wake my iPad. Very annoying to lose my place in the middle of a 3000 word article. This worked fine prior to v6.6.0 so I don't know why they can't fix this after so many updates.
  • No Offline Backup

    By Tinathir
    Offline content downloaded to a device is not included in iTunes or iCloud backups. Think about that for a second and you’ll realize that any claims to support offline reading are, in any practical sense, false. Pocket has known this for years and done nothing about it (in fact the issue seems not to have occurred to them). Look elsewhere for a usable offline reader. The developer’s absurd response (below) only highlights their failure to comprehend how their product is used. I’ve been reporting this issue patiently for years, but nothing has been done or even, it seems, even understood.
  • Amazing black hole of all my favorite Internet things

    By manicapricorn
    I absolutely love having a way to save valuable articles and other links. Sometimes it’s to keep forever but sometimes it’s to remind myself to read later when I don’t have the time. I have used it for so long that I forget about what other things I’ve saved. It would be used more regularly to pass the time if I had the option to have a random generator so I can find old things I loved but forgot about since I save so many articles. Would love to stumble through old saves.