Save web pages for later with Pocket for Firefox

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The Pocket for Firefox button lets you save web pages and videos to Pocket in just one click. Pocket strips away clutter and saves the page in a clean, distraction-free view and lets you access them on the go through the Pocket app. All you need is a free account, an Internet connection and the Pocket button.

Save web pages to Pocket

  1. Click the Pocket button and sign in to your Firefox Account. (New users: Learn how to sign up for Pocket with a Firefox Account.)
  2. When you see an interesting web page or video, click the Pocket button to save it instantly. (Click Remove Page if you change your mind.)
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    • Tip: Add your own tags to make it easy to search for that article in Pocket later on.

View your Pocket list

When you're ready to view your web pages, click the bookmarks button Bookmarks-29 , and then View Pocket List.

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From your Pocket list, click on a page to open it, or use the controls to tag, delete and share your favorite pages. See Pocket support for tips.

Saving to and accessing your Pocket list on Firefox requires an Internet connection. Offline viewing is possible on other devices with the Pocket app.

Traveling? Access your saved pages on your phone or tablet with the Pocket app. See Log in to Pocket with your Firefox Account. (A Wi-Fi or data connection is required to view videos saved to Pocket.)

Is Pocket for Firefox available in my language?

Pocket for Firefox is currently available in English, German, Japanese, Russian and Spanish versions of Firefox 38.0.5 and up, with more languages on the way.

Pocket for Firefox is currently available in Chinese (Traditional and Simplified), Czech, Dutch, English (U.S., U.K. and South Africa), French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil and Europe), Russian and Spanish (Spain and Mexico) versions of Firefox 41 and up.

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