New content comes at you all day long. There are New York Times articles, a goofy list (OK, several goofy lists) from BuzzFeed, and that YouTube video from your cousin, and the Medium post your friend texted, and the Twitter thread you wanted to get in on but couldn’t because you hadn’t read the Times article yet.
It’s a lot, but Pocket can wrangle it all.
The app gathers articles, videos, and other content from pretty much anywhere—whether The Atlantic or a friend’s social media feed—and saves it for later, presenting it in a super-clean, customizable layout so you can get through your list without distraction.
Prefer to listen rather than read? When you’re in "My List" or an article, tap the headphones button to have Pocket speak the text to you. Pocket’s Share extension lets you save text and video straight from pretty much any publisher’s website or app to your personalized feed. Or you can browse the app’s Discover tab and follow other users for inspiration. Support for “Sign In with Apple” offers an extra layer of privacy.