Pocket is a wonderful app for those who spend a lot of time on their phone. It lets you save pages to a list to view later (which explains the former name of Read It Later). Then that list can be accessed from any device, be it a smartphone, a tablet, or a computer.
Now the app has gotten an update inspired by the Nexus event. It’s focused on performance, improving the speed, responsiveness, and fluidity. Coupled with the already well designed UI following the Holo style, this app just got a lot better. When fluidity and design is what Google is focusing on with Android, seeing app developers follow suit is good. This is the kind of dedication we need to get a beautiful and fluid app catalog for Android.
They also fixed some issues with ASUS tablets, fixed a variety of bugs, and added the ability to edit tags while reading. All in all a good update. Who here uses Pocket? Are you happy about the update? Tell us in the comments and grab the update from the source link!