E-reader meets read-it later app.
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In case you didn't know, Pocket is a ubiquitous app that allows users to save interesting content on the platform. If you've used Evernote's clipping feature, then you're getting the picture.
This will be great news to Kobo readers, as they can now save their favorite lines and stories in a snap, only to be accessed later on mobile devices or PC and Mac.
According to Kobo, people nowadays read books five times more on e-readers than on apps and that 90 percent of its users read each week. Pocket, on the other hand, claims that its users read approximately three books' worth of web content.
Given the case, the partnership is an attempt to offer a more convenient platform for both Kobo and Pocket users.