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The Student Innovators is a group of students passionate about using technology to help learning. They will be trying out apps and web tools alongside their studies and give feedback on the Student Innovator blog. They work together as a team to share their experiences so you know before you download which app is best. You are welcome to read their reviews and leave comments.

Sunday, 5 April 2015

Pocket review – by Mustafa Mahmoud

Pocket review

By Mustafa Mahmoud

Pocket is a good productivity app that allows you to save webpages, similar to bookmarking, however these are webpages that you can access offline. There are two modes to view the webpages, article view, and web view. Web view displays the page in the same way that a webpage would, with all the pictures and layout being the same. Article view breaks it down to its simplest form, with the text becoming the main focus of the page. There is a good amount of customisation available, including editing text size and colour. You can also request the app to read the page out to you.

This app works best for those studying from websites or blogs for example, with the app both caching and simplifying the page, making the information accessible and easy on the eyes. The app is free, with a premium option available (although the free version works just fine) and is available on android, iOS, Kobo and your web browser.

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