Pocket 4.1 for iOS adds pagination and improved video support, Android updates coming soon

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Less than a month ago, Read It Later rebranded as Pocket, adding a much-needed redesign from the ground up in the process, and while it was a huge improvement, we were disappointed by the lack of pagination. The 4.1 update available now for iPhone and iPad adds pagination ("Page Flipping mode"), a revised Dark theme, and larger font size options. The app has had a solid run in its new form; the team boasts over 2 million downloads since launch, and over 5 million total users. You'll also find improved video support with TED, Khan Academy, and Devour now auto-detected. Android and Kindle Fire users aren't left completely out; the 4.1 update is "coming in just a few days."


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