Pocket is a simple Mac program that enables you to store articles, videos or images you wish to view later in one place. You can sync the stored data with your Pocket account and access the files from Android or iOS phones if you're on your way to work.
After you create a personal account on the homepage of the developer you can enter the credentials on the app's main window and start adding articles or media files. You can paste URLs from the clipboard, use the Pocket browser extension to attach clips to the app's records or send any link you need to save to firstname.lastname@example.org and the program will put it on your list.
By using Pocket you get access to various URL sorting options as well as the ability to add clips and images to the list, share news articles with your friends, etc. So, it's much more than just a bookmark manager.
Another advantage is the fact that you can copy text content from the stored news articles and paste it in other Mac applications. You can also select a different font size and style, opt between two background themes (black or white), and even print articles directly from the program's interface.
All in all, Pocket is a simple and useful Mac utility that helps you keep track of important news articles on your computer. You don't have to pay a dime to use it. So, you can give it a try on your Mac and see if it's worth keeping it on your computer.