Pocket 4.1 debuts with page flipping, themes, and more

Pocket 4.1 debuts with page flipping, themes, and more

Pocket, formerly Read it Later, has been updated to version 4.1 today and it incorporates a number of notable changes.  First up is the ability to flip pages like a book or magazine, making it feel even more natural for reading longer articles.  Next is expanded support for video playback, something that goes against the idea of “reading” something later. Maybe that’s why it’s called Pocket now, eh?  Finally there is an improved dark theme and new sepia tone theme which feels very book-like.  Additional details in Pocket 4.1 can be found on the company blog!

Download Pocket for free from Google Play.

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