Pocket advisory for ex-users


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Dear Friend of The Browser,

If you found yourself spending less time with The Browser because you preferred to read on a phone or tablet, we've got good news for you: subscribers can now read every article recommended on The Browser using the free reading app Pocket.

We've known for a while that The Browser needed an app for offline reading. We tried building our own — but we found that we couldn't beat the flawless reading experience already offered by Pocket.

So we've focused on making it easy for Browser subscribers to connect to Pocket. A single click will do the job. After that, every article recommended on The Browser will appear automatically in your Pocket queue.

Give it a try!

— Reactivate your Browser subscription by going to https://thebrowser.com/my-account
— Download the Pocket app to your phone or tablet
— Click "connect with Pocket" on your Browser settings page

If you have any problems connnecting your Browser and Pocket accounts we will do our best to help: robert@thebrowser.com

Pocket for iOS:
https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/pocket/id568494494?mt=12

Pocket for Android:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ideashower.readitlater.pro

We plan to have a similar facility soon for users of Instapaper.

Duncan Brown, Publisher
Robert Cottrell, Editor

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