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Pocket is absolutely indispensable for people who like to read but never have enough time to do so. It makes saving web pages with information you have interest in for later review as easy as a couple taps/clicks. Better still, those pages can be saved for offline reading and reformatted for easier consumption on any screen size. See More
Peter J. Mello's Experience
If your device does not have enough space to store offline articles, Pocket allows users to set the maximum size for the app to store offline articles. Priority of the offline articles will be based on newest first or oldest first, based on the users preferences. See More
When a mobile device isn't in use, Google Keep can be accessed as a Chrome app or as a website. Basically, no matter the device being used or the OS on it, there is always a way to access the app. There is also no limitation to how many devices this can be done with, freeing up the user to always have access. See More
The focus on a minimal interface makes everything fast to use on both web and mobile. This comes in handy for when a note needs to be jotted down quickly, as there is little to no load times or faffing about trying to get to a space where the note can finally be recorded. See More