If you have ever been looking at an article online, but wanted to read it later, you can now do it many years later.
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The people that use Pocket Premium, now have the ability to save articles forever.
In the past, they were known as Read It Later, there’s a premium version of the app that lets users permanently save articles in their archive – even if the original source has been removed online.
According to Mashable, this is one of biggest changes with Pocket Premium as people can create a permanent library of all their saved links.
"“This means the content you care about is safe and always available, even if it changes or is deleted on the web,” the company explained in a blog post.“From the moment you upgrade to Premium, both new and existing items in your list and Archive become a permanent resource.”"
They also made some improvements with the app by redesigning the browser extensions for all Pocket users. It now lets people immediately add tags or undo a save, all with less clicks.
You can subscribe to Pocket Premium for $4.99/month or $44.99/year at their website. Once you’ve upgraded, you’ll be able to access Premium everywhere you use Pocket.
This is a very good feature that they added, as you can pretty much save any article online. It’s great for people that are very busy, and don’t have time to read every interesting article that’s online.
You can leave a comment below with your thoughts on being able to save articles online forever, for a small price.