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Download size3 MB
- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- phone identity
- owner identity
- data services
- web browser component
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
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Unlimited ad-free trial! Owl Reader is a feature-rich client and offline reader for Pocket (Read It Later). It allows you to connect to your Pocket account, browse the list of articles you have stored there, and read the articles in a comfortable mobile view directly on your phone. It also allows management of stored articles - adding new links, deleting old ones, tagging articles or marking them as read or favorite. Owl Reader downloads articles with images for offline reading. It also allows you to browse and edit your Pocket article list even when you are currently offline. This includes operations like archiving, favoriting, deleting, tagging, or even adding new links to the list. All changes made offline are uploaded upon next online synchronization. This makes Own Reader perfect for reading articles from the web while travelling by underground, airplane, or through areas with poor signal. Note that you need to have a (free) Pocket account in order to use the application. You can get one here: http://getpocket.com/signup Features: - Multiple themes (dark, light, sepia, teal, custom) - Handles thousands of articles in the list - Clean mobile view with fully customizable font and colors - Two color schemes with easy switching - Position within an article is remembered - Scrollbar for quick navigation throughout the article - Automatic downloading of articles (including images) - Three alternative services for mobile article parsing - Support for YouTube videos (including thumbnails), videos can be opened in IE, Metrotube, myTube, or YouTube apps (WP8 only) - External links can be opened in IE, UC Browser, Surfy, Maxthon, or Nokia Xpress (WP8 only) - Rich configuration options Includes a bookmark that allows saving the current page from Internet Explorer even on WP 7.5 devices. Trial version is fully functional, ad-free, and only displays a message occasionally. Questions, ideas, bug reports, beta version: email@example.com
5/14/2015Been using for several weeks free. A quality application. Use it everyday. Love all the features and cross-platform functionality. So I bought it. No regrets supporting this developer.
5/8/2015Awesome app very clean and fast. Best pocket app on windows phone.
5/7/2015Awesome, the tags are really helpful but I need to separate articles with folders. Thanks again.
5/6/2015Best pocket app by far...worth the price...never crashes, loads fast, plenty of options. Nice work.
3/29/2015I have paid the very small price they ask for an app that significantly contributes to my life, much less my productivity. This app is for anyone who reads.PERIOD. Deserves 7 or 8 stars - especially because you can set tags right on the phone, not just add articles. This is huge
3/25/2015Finally a pocket client that actually works like pocket! I just love it!
3/14/2015No flaws. What a great app!
3/7/2015Best pocket client. With unlimited trial, I think I will purchase sometime. But, I hope next update, it allows unlimited storage, not 200 Mb articles only.
3/7/2015Best Pocket app on WP. Loads of customization options and features, easy to use, and responsive developer. As another reviewer mentioned in comparison with other Pocket client apps, Owl Reader just always works. Well worth the $2.
3/6/2015Owl Reader has a beautiful UI without being overwhelming. I can delete an article from within or I can use Select in the list view to delete multiple articles. Tags show along with article titles in list view. After I open an article it remains in list view unless I choose to move it. I'm using Latermark for Pocket to save articles. It's fast and lets me add tags before it saves. I tried the Owl Reader plugin which was fine but didn't give me chance to add tags before saving. I tried at least 4 other Pocket reader apps and easily chose Owl Reader. I like it so much I bought it.