The renowned Read It Later service, Pocket, has unleashed a new desktop app for Google Chrome and Windows OS users.
When you come across any interesting content on the web that you wish to read/view/watch it later sometime, you can put that in the Pocket! The app automatically syncs to your PC, smartphone or tablet, allowing you to read/watch/view it at any time, even if you don’t have internet connection.
This new desktop version is developed based on the Google’s new Chrome apps platform and provides the impressive full-screen experience similar to that of the Mac’s Pocket version. When you save any content from the Chrome version, it will be automatically saved for offline viewing with both Chrome and Windows OS applications.
When you initially launch the app and log in to your existing account, you can see all your formerly bookmarked content, which is ready to access.
Pocket for Windows and Chrome OS
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