More and more Extensions have finally started making their way to Windows 10 Store for Microsoft in-house browser Edge. Today, popularly used “Read It Later” Service, Pocket has releases the extension for Microsoft Edge. This is available for Insiders running on the latest build of Windows 10, and will be available publicly this summer, when Microsoft rolls out the Anniversary Update.
Those who are new to Pocket, this service lets you save webpages online so you can read it later. Since it is available for all platforms, for those who have this scenario can enjoy the same experience across platforms. Features of Save To Pocket:
- One-click saving of any page with the toolbar button or keyboard shortcut.
- Right-click menu item to save any link, no need to load the page first.
- Quickly add tags.
- Syncs across all devices – Windows, iPhone, iPad, Android and more.
- Completely free.
When you save the links, the service prepares for offline reading so you don’t have to spend on it. The app is available on various platforms, and even works in conjunction with apps like Twitter, Flipboard, Pulse and Zite.
Once downloaded, it will appear on your Edge browser. In case you don’t se it enabled, the best is to save your work, and re-open your browser. On the browser, click on the menu (…), and look for extension. Next configure your account, and this is straight forward to use it.