Pocket, a popular app for managing reading lists of articles from the Web, has updated its Android client with several much-awaited features. It now allows users to control the amount of space Pocket hogs on the device, in addition to letting them undo a deleted article, alongside better integration with note-taking app Evernote. Also Read - Apple Music Lossless, Spatial Audio features with Dolby Atmos coming soon to India
Pocket has introduced a new feature called “Offline Storage Control,” which will let users set the maximum space it can use on their device. It’s a pretty handy feature, as more often than not, the videos, articles and other content can easily pile up to take GBs of data. However, do note that once the allocated space exceeds, some content will become unavailable for offline viewing. Also Read - Google announces six new Android features, which will roll out this year
Another inclusion will now allow users to undelete any article that they may have accidentally deleted. Previously Pocket used to prompt users with a confirmation dialog box every time they wanted to delete an article. Alongside that, Pocket has also improved its integration with Evernote. This will essentially improve the formatting while sharing an article from Pocket to Evernote, making the final version resemble Pocket’s formatting. In addition, the Pocket v5.6 also squashes some of the bugs, which will prevent the occasional crashing while listening to articles. Also Read - Hitman Sniper: The Shadows mobile game announced: Agent 47 is missing
You can grab the updated version from the Play Store.