Pocket, popularly known as Read It Later is more than a bookmarking tool that lets you save articles, images and videos for later, this service has been recently integrated into the Firefox browser.

Want to read articles saved to Pocket offline on your computer? You need to have these desktop apps installed for that.

READ: Mozilla integrates Pocket into Firefox

Using Pocket Offline though desktop apps

Pocket Chrome app

Pocket Chrome App

After installing the Pocket App, you can find and launch it from either through Chrome://apps page or Chrome App Launcher.

The app opens in a standalone window and automatically downloads all the saved web content for offline viewing. Note: Videos you saved, won’t be available to watch offline.

Pocket App and ‘Save to Pocket’ Extension are required for Chrome

If you’re a Chrome user, you need to install both Save to Pocket Extension and Pocket App, former lets you save the articles to the service, later one, the app allows you to access them offline.