Remember the deal we wrote up a month ago for a productivity pack that included premium subscriptions to Evernote, Pocket, Wunderlist, LastPass and the New York Times, at a ridiculously low price of $59.99? We now have that deal in our DL Deals shop, only it’s better than ever. If you pick-up the 5-Star Productivity Pack from us, you also get a 3-month premium subscription to Dropbox Pro for that same $59.99 price.
The total value here is around $182, so you are getting a solid discount. Keep in mind that the deal only runs for a week.
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Ready for the most productive year of your life? If not, maybe today’s bundle of software from the folks over at Pocket, will help convince you that it is time to get your world in order. Called “The Productivity Pack,” Pocket has teamed up with Evernote, LastPass, Wunderlist, and the New York Times to get you a deal on all of these apps’ premium services for a discounted price. (more…)
Pocket users can go grab an updated version of the application through Google Play today, which brings Lollipop support and a huge Material Design makeover. In addition, a new feature in partnership with Google allows users to use their voice via Google Now to search through your lists on Pocket. Just say, “Okay Google, search for ___ on Pocket.” (more…)
With as many screens as we have connected to the Internet at any given time, we need a convenient way to move content across them quickly and easily. Pocket, formerly Read It Later, wants to be the first name you think of when that comes to mind. Today, the company announced a premium service of its already great offering, giving users more options when deciding where they want to consume their content. (more…)
If you have received an update to Android 4.4 “Kit Kat,” you know that most apps have not yet taken advantage of the “Immersive Mode” feature that lets users hide their notification and navigation areas and use apps in true full-screen. One of the greatest possible uses of Immersive Mode is for reading without distractions, but we have so far only seen the likes of Google’s Play Books app take advantage. That changes today with the popular read-it-later service Pocket adding full support. (more…)
Ever since the recent launch of Android Wear, most of the buzz surrounding it has been of the upcoming hardware, LG’s G Watch and Motorola’s Moto 360. Almost forgotten is the fact that soon after the Android Wear announcement, a preview SDK was also released for developers. One of the first developers to make use of this is the team behind the read-it-later Pocket service, having launched today a prototype of a service allowing users to save content for later with merely a swipe and a tap. (more…)
Pocket is celebrating their first anniversary with a nicely sized update to their Android application. Included inside is a brand new sharing feature, allowing users to send content right to a friend who might find whatever it is you are looking at interesting. If that isn’t enough, Instant Sync now works with multiple devices, there is an added auto fullscreen option, as well as plenty of bug fixes.
Full changelog is below. (more…)
Instapaper, the uber popular iOS “reader it later” app, received a major update on Android today. I’m still not sure why people wouldn’t go with the free and equally as impressive Pocket for their “read it later” app of choice. But choices are never a bad thing, even if the developer thinks Android is the slums of the mobile Earth, will never match the polish of iOS, and that you probably can’t afford his app. He would like to thank you all for your support, though, because you’ve helped make updates like this possible. (more…)