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Igor Kulman

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3 MB

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Works with

  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • Windows Phone 8

App requires

  • phone identity
  • owner identity
  • data services
  • speech
  • web browser component
  • HD720P (720x1280)
  • WVGA (480x800)
  • WXGA (768x1280)
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Supported languages (3)

čeština English (United States) slovenčina
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Pock8 – simple and beautiful Pocket client (Formerly Read It Later)

Free version displays only 5 articles in each section and does not allow listening to articles

* Clean and simple design
* Optimized article view for comfortable reading
* Article cache for offline reading
* Dark theme for OLED screens or reading in the dark
* Access to unread, archived and favorite articles
* Listening to articles aloud

If you want to suggest a feature, report a bug or just say hello, contact us on twitter @pock8app.
* wide tile added (transparency can be turned on in options)
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  • by Jirka 7/18/2014
    Purchased full version, in last 14 days there is a bug, after refresh there are no new articles added by web version or by another Pocket client.
  • by reza 7/11/2014
    Good luck
  • by Rodrigo 7/7/2014
    Muito bom!!!
  • by Aref 7/4/2014
    Works as promised. Wish it supported sorting and tags
  • by Byron 6/25/2014
    Does not work. Indicates "Downloading...", but then no articles show up in list.
  • by Gretel 6/23/2014
    Broken articles view! Not good app...
  • by Cristian 6/22/2014
    It shows that it is downloading notes, but after that nothing. This app is getting worse with every update. Developers, please fix this app, also remove the 5 articles limitation, otherwise I won't keep it anymore. Until then I am still working on my Android phone with official Pocket app.
  • by Lu 6/19/2014
    Works fine on phone#1, but shows "no data to display" on phone#2.
  • by juan 6/19/2014
    Can't see my articles
  • by Sheng 6/19/2014
    Too slowly on startup. n' Y U so stingy?