Content is everywhere. Pick any subject and there’s multiple blogs and news sources covering it. There’s so much information out there on the web, and sifting through all of it is tough enough, let alone getting the chance to view all of it.
What’s even more frustrating is that even though we live in such a technologically advanced society, there are many places where data isn’t available. When you can’t consume your content for whatever reason, you should reach for a cross-platform app called Pocket. Pocket isn’t exactly new. In fact, it used to go by the name Read It Later, and it was a great app, even with the $0.99 price tag.
Now, Pocket is completely free of charge, and it’s been upgraded to deliver your content in an organized, easy, and web-free way. So if you’re on a plane, or if you just don’t have time to view your content, Pocket is a fantastic way to keep yourself connected. The app also syncs your articles, videos, and images across all of your devices whether it’s iOS, Android, or a browser.