There are many tools out there that let you save articles from the web to read later but Pocket is my personal favourite, its quick, easy and your content is easy to find at anytime. Pocket can be installed on all your mobile devices and any content you save is synchronised and available to access from any device or browser, so efficient so easy.
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Main Functions :
Save articles and web pages for future access from multiple devices, searchable.
Platforms supported :
Most web browsers, Iphone, Ipad, Android, Windows Mobile, Kobo
- FREE version – probably all you need
- Pocket Premium – Upgrade for $44.99/year gets you Personal backup of all the articles and webpages you’ve saved, Suggested Tags for quick organization, Search by Full-Text, Tag, Author, or Topic,Access to Advanced Search Operators, Sort Search Results by Relevance or Date Saved, View Recent Searches
Here are the simple steps to how it works once you have installed Pocket on your laptop, this example uses the Chrome plugin for ease of process:
1. Click to reveal drop down of installed plugins
2. Select ” Save to Pocket”
3. Add some tags
4. Voila! – its saved onto you list
You can search by “Tag” to find articles/web pages you have saved
All the content you have saved with the selected tag
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