Pocket’s service allows you to quickly save an article for later by clicking a button in your browser or on your phone which plops it into its app for reading later.
The company’s new Web experience offers a cleaner reading experience, featuring a progress bar and title at the top of the screen for context along with a new dark mode option.
The updated service is a notable improvement over the previous one, particularly with the addition of dark mode making it easier for late night reading. It also makes it much easier to access functions like bulk edit and the archive.
Pocket’s new website also is fully responsive, so it’ll work regardless of if you’re accessing it from a phone, tablet or desktop computer.
The company, which has 17 million registered users and sees 2 million new items saved daily, also announced that it’s raised $7 million from a number of new investors today.
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