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Spice up the look of your Pocket reading list

Spice up the look of your Pocket reading list
PHOTO COURTESY OF POKI FOR POCKET

If you're like most people, you stumble across really interesting or fun articles, videos and photos as you're searching the Internet. You'll get back to it later, right?

That later never comes, unless you bookmark the page or use a feature like Microsoft Edge's content manager, Reading List. You save links, plus images, and reminders to read that article, or look at those videos and photos.

You may also be using the Web browser tool Pocket to save and manage online content. If so, you know Pocket is useful, easy to use, and fun. It also looks a bit bland (see photo next page). Note: If you use the Web browser Firefox, Pocket is already installed.

Poki for Pocket can help (see photo above). It's a download that helps you to spice up the appearance of Pocket, with four distinct looks for the app itself, and five reading themes. It is synced up with Pocket, so it automatically updates with content you save to Pocket.

With Poki, you can search content you've saved, and edit it. If you want to delete several entries at once, for example, you can.

Next page: Download instructions; see Pocket
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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