Pocket Launches Refined Website For Desktop And Mobile
Pocket is a pretty useful little service which allows you to quickly save an article for viewing later by clicking a button in your browser or on your phone. The article is then added into the app to be read later on.
When you find something you want to view later, put it in Pocket.
The new design of the company’s Web service features a much decluttered and cleaner reading experience, showcasing a progress bar and title at the top of the screen for context along with a new dark mode option. The update in design is a welcoming improvement compared to the last release, especially with the option of dark mode as it aids in a night time reading.
Bulk edit and archive options have also become much more accessible for ease of use. The website is also fully responsive, so it will work regardless of if you’re accessing it from a phone, tablet or desktop computer.
Today marked the third anniversary of the company and apart from announcing the website’s launch, Pocket also revealed that it had raised $7 million from a number of new investors. Pocket enables saving articles from over 1500 apps like Twitter, Pulse and Flipboard, so it has managed to garner 17 million registered users and sees 2 million new items saved daily.
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