Capture content that fascinates you from across the web, then read, watch, or listen to it in Pocket.
Capture content that fascinates you from across the web, then read, watch, or listen to it in Pocket. Pocket was founded in 2007 by Nate Weiner to help people save interesting articles, videos, and more from the web for later enjoyment. Once saved to Pocket, the list of content is visible on any device — phone, tablet, or computer. It can be viewed while waiting in line, on the couch, during commutes or travel — even when offline.
Pocket lets you consume and share content whenever you want, wherever you want, even without an internet connection. It's been called "a DVR for the web" by the New York Times, Business Week, Time, TechCrunch, and more. When you come across an article, video, or a webpage you'd like to read but can't at that time, save it to Pocket, then you can then read or watch it whenever you have a moment.
Millions of users save articles, videos, travel guides, recipes, how-to, and reference documents, and more on Pocket, automatically syncing in a stunning and simple interface across devices like iPad, iPhone, Android, desktop and mobile web, Kobo e-reader, Chrome apps, Kindle Fire and now wearable devices like the Samsung Gear. Get the Pocket app and fuel your mind.