How to Add Pocket to Your Web Browser

This Tutorial addresses:
  • Firefox
  • Chrome
  • Apps
  • read it later
  • Browsers
  • Pocket App
  • Safari
  • Web Browser
  • Android
  • iPhone
Jessica Hinckle
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Pocket has been well-developed for seamless integration into all of your favorite devices and browsers, with just a few simple set-up steps.

Using Pocket from your web browser is especially beneficial, as you can save articles, videos, and more for you to view from any mobile device, on-the-go.

Here's how to add Pocket to your web browser:

Note: This tutorial was completed using a Macbook Pro and Chrome browser. However, steps are similar for Windows operating systems and other browsers.

1. Navigate your browser to;

2. If you're new to Pocket, scroll down to view some of Pocket's most beloved features;

3. In the menu bar, click How to Save;

4. Click Connect Now;

5. Your browser will prompt you to install the plug-in by clicking Add or Install;

6. The Pocket icon will appear in your browser's utility bar. Click the icon and you'll be prompted to either create a new account with Pocket, or sign-in to an existing account.

Once you have an account and sign-in to Pocket, you'll be able to click the icon anytime you want to save a page. When you login to Pocket from any other device, all pages you've saved from your web browser will appear. That's it!

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