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Firefox adds 'save it for later' Pocket in-browser support

Firefox adds a new 'save it for later' service to its browser called pocket - available on Android, iOS and even Kindle Fire
By: Chris Smith | Internet Browsers News | Posted: Jun 3, 2015 7:40 am

Firefox has added something new, described as the "world's most popular save-for-later service" and going by the name of Pocket.




This service sets out to store any article, video or website you wish for later use, being then saved to your online account and follow you wherever you may go (and log in).


Some people have been arguing that Chrome's restoration of bookmarks, history and more is why they prefer this browser over Firefox and it seems that Mozilla is now adding some new features like this in order to further compete with what Google has to offer.


Pocket is not just for the PC, you can also grab it on your Android phone and tablet, Apple iPhone or iPad and even the Kindle Fire has been added to the compatible list.


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