There are not enough hours in the day to satisfy our desire for good reading.
We are bombarded with a daily barrage of news articles to read and peppered by suggestions of the next good book from our friends and followers on Facebook and Twitter. The problem is, most of us don’t have enough time to read them all.
Never let another great reading recommendation pass you by. Clip and save articles in Evernote on your desktop using the Web Clipper. Tag and catalog them based on what type of reading it is, whether it’s a long-form article or suspense novel.
An even better solution is to use Pocket with Evernote. Pocket is perfect for discovering and saving the stuff you can’t immediately read. Just as the name suggests, when you find something interesting to read later, put it in Pocket. It automatically syncs to your phone, tablet or computer so you can view it any time, even without an internet connection.
Browse for things to save while waiting in line, or as you check friends’ social updates in the morning. Save content from a browser or directly from apps like Twitter and Flipboard, including videos. Pocket strips out advertising, and includes the original URL. When you have a moment to read, Pocket makes it easy to find what you want. Simply sync, and read.
Once you’ve completed reading an article, archive it with a single tap. For content that you want to reference later, whether a recipe, a how-to guide or a report on a topic you are researching, pull up the Share menu, and choose Evernote. Specify the destination notebook and add tags or comments. Once in Evernote, every article will be searchable and always available. Your Evernote account will contain only the content you’ve curated.
In addition, Pocket provides new features like Preferences and Highlights designed to help you quickly find new content. Preferences creates a profile of your interests based on the type of content you save. That way, you can easily discover relevant content from 700 apps that Pocket links to.
Highlights makes it easy to sift through content you’ve saved by automatically categorizing articles by:
- Best of: Pocket calculates articles that are most interesting to you
- Trending: Pocket’s most popular content
- Long Reads: Lengthy articles for when you have a lot of time
- Quick Reads: Short articles perfect for when you only have a few minutes to read
You’re just a few taps away from discovering, saving and reading great content.