To celebrate the one year anniversary of its rebranding, Pocket (formerly Read It Later) has implemented new sharing capabilities.

Pocket has long had tools to share articles via social networks like Facebook and Twitter, but has added a new "Send to Friend" function along with a redesigned Share Menu.

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Send to Friend offers a way to share annotated content from Pocket with anyone. Select an article, add comments or highlights, and then email it to a friend. If it is sent to another Pocket user, the notification will be received directly in the app.

A year ago today, we became Pocket. It seems only fitting that we'd celebrate with a new feature designed to rethink another core element of the Pocket experience: Sharing.

INTRODUCING SEND TO FRIEND
Send to Friend is a new, simple way to share content with the people who matter to you most. With just a couple of taps you can share content from Pocket with friends and family, along with a comment and a highlighted quote. They'll receive an email with the link, and if they have Pocket, they'll also be notified right inside the app.

RECEIVE SHARED CONTENT IN POCKET
Once a friend sends content to your Pocket with Send to Friend, it will appear in an inbox, where you can see their comments along with any highlighted quotes they chose to share with you.

NEW SHARE MENU WITH MORE ACTIONS
Pocket's redesigned Share Menu adds Send to Friend, as well as actions for the selected item: Copy Link and Open in Browser.

BUG FIXES & PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENTS
This update also includes a number of bug fixes and performance updates.

Pocket is a universal app that can be downloaded from the App Store for free. [Direct Link]

Top Rated Comments

Keane16 Avatar
144 months ago
anyone using this?

I do. Cracking little app. Lets me save stuff from my work laptop (when using Google Chrome) as well as saving from Tweetbot and iOS Safari on iPhone and iPad. It works well for my uses.

The app to read your saved links is tidy too and it's free. :)
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