Saving to Pocket on iPhone and iPad
Pocket for iOS version 8.0 now features a brand new design that is simpler and more user-friendly than ever before. With this update, you may notice that some features are missing. We want to assure you that we are working hard to bring back some of your favorite features as soon as possible in a future update. In the meantime, we encourage you to use the Pocket website to access these features.
To learn more about the new Pocket experience for iOS, check our blog post.
If you're someone who likes to save articles, videos, and other content to read or watch later, Pocket is a great app to have on your iPhone or iPad. The primary method for saving to Pocket from your device is to select Save to Pocket from the share menu. However, there are other methods you can use too, and in most cases, you can save to Pocket with just a couple of taps. In this article, we'll show you how to save and organize your favorite content for later viewing.
Save content to Pocket from your web browser
To save an article to Pocket from your browser, follow these steps:
- Open the article you want to save.
- Click on the share button.
- If Pocket isn't listed as an option, scroll to the end of the list of apps.
- Tap on "More" (three dots) to see additional apps.
- Select Pocket from the list of apps.
- The article will now be saved to your Pocket account.
💡Tip: You can move Pocket to the top of your Actions list to make it easier to find. Just tap Edit Actions at the bottom of the share menu, and then tap the green + button next to Save to Pocket.
Saving from Facebook?
Facebook does not use the default iOS Share Menu, but you can still easily save links to Pocket. Click here to learn more.
Access your saved articles
To access your saved articles in Pocket, simply open the app and tap on the Saves option located in the navigation bar at the bottom of the screen.