When you save items to Pocket, you can view them from virtually anywhere.
On your computer
Pocket for Firefox
The Pocket Extension for Firefox allows you to both save items as well as view them in a popup or sidebar. It also has the ability to download your saved items for offline use. Click the link below to download the extension:
Pocket Chrome App for Windows, Chrome OS and Linux
Pocket for Chrome brings offline access, distraction-free reading, streaming video, and more to your Windows, Chrome OS or Linux-based computers. It runs as a standalone app that will automatically download your saved web content to view offline, and it’s easily accessible on your Windows or Chrome OS taskbar and Start screen.
Get the Pocket Chrome App
Pocket for Mac
Pocket for the Mac includes some great features in a native Mac application, including fast, seamless syncing across all devices, keyboard shortcuts for key actions, tweet attributions for any items saved from Twitter, sharing to Twitter, Facebook, Buffer, Evernote and email, and new ways to save from your clipboard and via drag and drop.
Get Pocket for Mac in the Mac App Store
Pocket Web App
When you're on a computer, you can log into the Pocket Web App to view your saved items. It is compatible with all modern browsers, including Internet Explorer 9, Google Chrome, Firefox, and Google Chrome.
To access the Pocket Web App, click here: http://getpocket.com/a
On your mobile device
Pocket is available for iPhone, iPad, Kindle Fire, and other Android devices. Click the links below to access the download pages:
If you're using Pocket on multiple devices, please ensure that you are logged into the same account on each.
Pocket for Kobo eReaders
Pocket is built-in to Kobo eReaders (currently for the Kobo Aura, Kobo Aura HD, or Kobo Glo, Arc 7, Arc 7HD and ARC 10HD). You'll be able to read offline articles on your eReader, and all types of web content on your tablet.
Be sure to get the latest software update to have Pocket on your Kobo!