Pocket for Mac has just been updated to version 1.1 and can be updated via the Mac App Store. Version 1.1 brings native Twitter and Facebook support for OS X Mountain Lion users as well as completely revamped Evernote integration. Evernote users can now more easily tag and comment on articles within Pocket for Mac. We’ve embedded the full list of changes here:
- Native support of Twitter and Facebook in Mountain Lion
- Twitter sharing now supports multiple Twitter accounts in Mountain Lion
- Evernote sharing rebuilt for easier tagging, commenting and improved authentication
- Added support for Evernote China Yinxiang Biji (????)
- New keyboard shortcuts: Open item in background and toggle between Home, Favorites, Archive, and Content Type
- Enabled Printing
- Added Pocket for Mac URL scheme – pocket://
- Pocket now automatically downloads all items after login
- Items no longer disappear when new ones are saved
- Dock badge count now updates in real-time, and is hidden when the count is zero
- Crash when logging into certain accounts. If you had trouble logging in, please try again after upgrading
If you’re unaware, Pocket used to be known as Read it Later. Pocket is a link saving service that is available for Mac, iOS and Android. Users can save article links to their Pocket account, so they can read the articles later. Articles can be saved to Pocket via a browser extension or a supported app like Instanews and Tweetbot.
Pocket is free on all platforms.