Blog Series: Our Favorite Google Chrome Extensions: Save to Pocket
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Our Favorite Google Chrome Extensions: Save to Pocket

“Pocket” is essentially a niftier bookmarking tool than what typically comes with your browser of choice. Pocket works with all browsers, across all devices – allowing you to view items that you’ve ‘bookmarked’ later on, from any other device. Pocket also enables bookmarking of articles, pages, videos, images, graphics, etc from within over 500+ apps and from your email, instead of just being able to bookmark a browser webpage. Think: next-level bookmarking from any device, anywhere.

Save to Pocket


The best way to save articles, videos and more! When you find something on the web that you want to view later, put it in Pocket. It automatically syncs to your phone, tablet or computer so you can view it at any time, even without an internet connection. Extension Features: one-click saving of any page with the toolbar button or keyboard shortcut, right-click menu item to save any link, no need to load the page first, quickly add tags, syncs across all devices – iPhone, iPad, Android and more, completely free, upgrade anytime to Premium for a more powerful Pocket experience.

# of users:

2.3 million and counting

Used at work or at home?

Both! I’m always looking at things for multiple clients, across multiple environments and subject matters that may not align with what I’m doing that second. With Pocket, I can store those interesting but ‘off-track’ finds for a more appropriate time, or for when I simply have more time!

Why should you get Search by Image?

  1. You’re already bookmarking – now, bookmark better: Pocket from your email or apps, even bookmark videos, graphics, images, etc
  2. Access your Pocket from any device: Pocket works across all devices, so you can check out that item you saved on your computer at work later, at home on your iPad or phone.
  3. If you’re a tab junkie like me, (leaving a million or so tabs open at any given time), this will save you some memory and browser speed lag! Pocket those things you want to read later instead of leaving them as an open tab