Items saved to Pocket can be put in two places: Saves and your Archive. This article explains how.
Pocket is a free service from Mozilla that you can use to discover great content and save it for later with the click of a button.
This article explains what can be saved to Pocket.
This article explains how to install Pocket for Android and Kindle Fire via direct download.
It’s easy to save to Pocket from any computer, tablet, or mobile device. This article explains how.
This article provides you information on how to use Pocket offline.
How to listen to articles in Pocket with Text-to-Speech.
Pocket offers tools to import URLs that you’ve saved elsewhere into Pocket.
An introduction to Pocket for beginners. Logging, viewing and navigating around into the world of personalized content.
Information about paywalled stories in Pocket's new tab recommendations
Information for developers using Pocket APIs.
Information about the Pocket app for macOS. Note: This app no longer supported.
A little tour of some of the most common terms and feature names that you’ll see when using Pocket or reading our Help Articles.
Once you save items to Pocket, you can view them from virtually anywhere.
When you open an item, Pocket will choose the best way to display that item’s content. There are two possible views: Article View and View Original.
This article explains the process of Saving from Subscription-based Sites.
Learn how to sign up, log in, and navigate key features in Pocket for iOS.
If you're wondering if Pocket will work on your computer or mobile device, please refer to the following guidelines:
If you copy a URL to your device's clipboard, you can open Pocket to easily save it. Continue reading to learn how to save to Pocket using your clipboard.
Pocket lets you customize your reading preferences when an article opens in Article View.
This article explains how to change the display language of Pocket.
Pocket Hits is our curated newsletter highlighting the best stories from across the web.
Pocket is available on most Kobo eReaders and tablets. Continue reading to learn how to set up Pocket on your Kobo and start reading.
Have a Kindle and want to read your Pocket articles on it? Learn how.
Information about the discontinuation of Pocket for Mac.
Information about using Pocket's iOS Beta application.
Information about Pocket's Android beta program.
Information about Pocket for publishers.