Unofficial Pocket app 'Poki' launches on Windows and lets you save articles to read later

Brad Stephenson

Poki for Pocket launches on Windows Store

The Windows Phone app, Poki for Pocket, has finally arrived in the Windows Store and provides an alternate way for users to save online articles for reading at a later time. Poki for Pocket features a rather well designed interface that’s stylish, convenient, and can be customized to match the taste of the user with light, gray, dark and black UI designs to choose from as well as five custom reading themes.

Poki allows sorting of saved articles by article name, original website URL (even when offline) and tags and all saved data will sync to other versions automatically when the app is closed. Here’s the official description:

“Pocket lets you take your content with you. Whenever you come across an interesting article, video, or website you want to check out later, you no longer have to send yourself links or bookmark items in your browser. Simply put it in your Pocket.”

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