Another big competitor in the “save stuff for me to look at later or offline” market, Read It Later has become Pocket. I gets a beautiful new interface in-app and on the web, and an expanded focus on content other than words. You’ve been able to save videos to Read It Later for some time, but in Pocket you now you have more control to filter for just the type of content you want to sift through (articles, videos, images).
Pocket’s service and apps are also now free, most likely a move to compete better with Readability. They have a plan, though, according to an interview The Next Web’s Zee did with Nate Weiner, Pocket’s founder. So let’s see how that pan out.
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