WordPress recently added Pocket, which used to be called Read It Later, to their list of available Share buttons. According to online articles, the key difference with Pocket and other reader archive sites is the support and advanced filters pocket has for images and video.
Pocket is free, but it didn’t used to be. Five year old, users reportedly save one million items per day to the simple and easy to use Pocket. Pocket might help you save articles you want to read later. If you frequently come across things you’d like to read “at some time” then Pocket can help. There are some organizational tools, and keywords you can add. You can add a bookmark to your bookmarks bar to easily add a page you want to check out later with a click.
Pocket’s strips out the clutter of ads and gives you just the main article content. Pocket recently added pages, so instead of scrolling you can swipe through a story. Pocket also supports apps such as Windows Phone, Blackberry and others. You can connect Evernote to Pocket.
And much more.
You will see the Pocket Share Button at the bottom of this article.