Pocket, the app that bills itself as the leading “save for later service” has launched on yet another platform. The latest is the desktop, or more specifically, Pocket has launched for the Mac. Simply put, if you had been using Pocket on another platform and are also a Mac user, this sounds like a good addition as it will now keep your reading list in sync with your computer as well as your mobile devices.
Pocket for Mac promises a native Mac experience and brings features to include offline access to saved content, instant syncing across all devices, keyboard shortcuts, viewing of streaming video and the ability to share found content. The app also allows the user to organize and/or search their content.
Finally, the Pocket app is available for free and by way of the Mac App Store.
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Pocket Launches Official Mac App
Leading “Save for Later” Service Comes to Mac, Adding More Supported Platforms for Users to Enjoy Content No Matter Where They Are
San Francisco, CA, October 25, 2012 – Pocket, the industry’s leading save-for-later service with more than 6 million users on iOS, Android, Kindle Fire and the web, is excited to announce the launch of Pocket for Mac. The new app brings the best of Pocket to the Mac, making it the only save-for-later service with an official native Mac experience.
Pocket for Mac can be downloaded for free from the Mac App Store at getpocket.com/mac.
Pocket lets users quickly save articles, videos, recipes and more, wherever they discover it—on the web or from over 300 top apps including Flipboard, Twitter, Pulse and Zite. Once saved to Pocket, the content is accessible on any device—phone, tablet or computer.
Pocket for Mac brings the full feature set of the popular Pocket iOS and Android apps to the Mac —including offline access to saved content from anywhere. Pocket for the Mac also includes instant syncing across all devices, keyboard shortcuts, viewing of streaming video, the ability to share found content, and great organizing and search features.
“The new Pocket for Mac brings the best in class save-for-later experience directly to the Mac, making it easier than ever to view content on any device or platform,” said Nate Weiner, Founder and CEO of Pocket.