Pocket, the premier Save for Later app, lets you consume and share content whenever you want, wherever you want, even without an internet connection. It's been called "a DVR for the web" by the New York Times, Business Week, Time, TechCrunch and more. When you come across an article, video or a webpage you'd like to read but can't at that time, save it to Pocket. You can then read or watch it whenever you have a moment, whether it's on the couch, during your commute, on the plane, train, or practically anywhere. Millions of users save articles, videos, travel guides, recipes, how-to and reference documents, and more on Pocket, automatically syncing in a stunning and simple interface across devices like iPad, iPhone, Android, desktop and mobile web, Kobo e-reader, Chrome apps, Kindle Fire and now wearable devices like the Samsung Gear.
Pocket's core mission is centered around providing a seamless and enjoyable experience for users to discover, save, and consume content that truly matters to them. By offering a platform that enables users to easily save articles, videos, and other content from various sources, Pocket aims to enhance knowledge acquisition and foster a deeper understanding of the world. Through its intuitive interface and personalized recommendations, Pocket is dedicated to empowering users to curate their own information feed, promoting intellectual growth and inspiring curiosity.
- Simplicity: Pocket values simplicity in design and functionality, striving to create a user-friendly experience that is accessible to all.
- Curiosity: Pocket fosters a culture of curiosity, encouraging employees to explore new ideas and approaches to problem-solving.
- Empathy: Pocket prioritizes empathy in its product development and customer service, striving to understand and meet the needs of its users.
- Continuous Improvement: Pocket is committed to continuous improvement, constantly seeking ways to enhance its product and processes to better serve its users.
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