The service, which recently passed 10 million registered users, now sports a more simplified layout to provide “a seamless Pocket experience for our users on whatever device and browser they choose.” The bottom navigation bar has been removed — its functionality is now part of the top bar — while the layout for individual articles is subtly more condensed and, in our opinion, better suited to reading.
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Layout tweaks aren’t the only changes, Pocket has introduced keyboard controls (you can press ‘?’ to view them all), bulk editing options (press shift to select multiple articles) and — at last — the ability to manually save individual URLs.
All in all, these are good tweaks that improve the experience on the Web, particularly if you’re a power user.
➤ Redesigned Pocket for the Web [Pocket Blog]
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