Pocket, the first native save-for-later service for Mac, has received its first update. Pocket 1.1 includes social networking integration, fixes, and more.
Originally launched in October, Pocket for Mac offers users a simple way to save articles from the Internet or from over 300 apps including Flipboard, Twitter, Pulse News, and Zite. Once saved to Pocket, the content is accessible on any device — phone, tablet, or computer.
The latest version of Pocket for Mac includes:
- Native support of Twitter and Facebook in Mountain Lion
- Twitter sharing now supports multiple Twitter accounts in Mountain Lion
- Evernote sharing rebuilt for easier tagging, commenting and improved authentication
- Added support for Evernote China Yinxiang
- New keyboard shortcuts: Open item in background and now toggle between Home, Favorites, Archives, and Content Type
- Enabled Printing
- Added Pocket for Mac URL scheme – pocket://
- Pocket now automatically downloads all items after login
- Items no longer disappear when new ones are saved
- Dock badge count now updates in real-time, and is hidden when the count is zero
- Crash when logging into certain accounts. If you had trouble logging in, please try again after upgrading