Mozilla’s Pocket app is incredibly useful, allowing you to quickly save web articles for later. Now it is getting much better and more comfortable to use, with the addition of two important features.
Mozilla just announced a handful of changes to the Pocket app, based on user feedback and aimed at making users feel better about saving things in the app. The first of those changes is a new “Home” tab that works similar to how Google’s Discover feed works, with curated features and readings you can check out. All items have an option to “save” them to Pocket if you’d rather not read them now, and it’s a way for you to discover content that might interest you.
The second is a new option that allows you to filter content by favorites, tags, and highlights, as well as allowing you to bulk edit items in the list more easily. All of these changes are contained in a larger redesign of both the app and the list of saved items, which is now called “Saved” instead of “My list.”
Mozilla seems to be targeting this tool not only for saving items, but also for discovering content. The new version of the app is now available, so make sure your app is up to date if you want to view it.