Pocket is a gorgeous app, available in almost all mobile platforms and the web. It helps you to save online reading for later offline reading. You can tag the articles and have a little organization around it. With simple and elegant controls, it provides clutter free reading pleasure. It also can remember where you left off individual articles. If you haven’t used it, please check it out. Trust me, you would love it.
Once every few days, Pocket automatically curates a set of articles, which match my reading interests and sends as an email newsletter. They call it “Pocket Hits”. For me this news letter content is almost always right on target. I love to read right out of my inbox. It’s as if the algorithm can read my mind. Under each article, there is a link to save it to your Pocket account. (see picture.) Usually the newsletter contains 10 article links, for which you have to click 10 times to save them all. But it is worth the effort. Since the articles are saved for offline reading, it is perfect for subway reading, when you are completely disconnected from the web.
Wouldn’t it make sense to add an extra link like “Save all to Pocket” ? What do you say, Pocket team?