Are you going on vacation, riding the subway, or planning to be in another place where you don’t have internet? It would be nice to still be able to read articles from the web, right? Well, Pocket is a cool way to save internet articles for reading later. Instead of saving pages as PDF’s for storage like Evernote, Pocket aims to simply save articles you don’t have time to read now. Since Pocket saves these articles to your device, you won’t need internet to read them. Many people find it handy to save interesting articles to Pocket so they can read them later on their subway commute, as an example. Pocket’s Safari extension allows you to do just that by tapping the share button and then tapping Pocket. You’re done!
Pocket is just one of our favorite app extensions for iPhone and iPad. We’ve collected all of our favorites here. And if you’d like to see more of our top app selections in different categories, just head on over to our Best Apps Series.
Here are a couple of our other picks of the best app extensions for iPhone and iPad: