Pocket (formerly known as the Read it Later), the app and web service owned by Mozilla to save articles found on the internet to see later, now brought the user requested features from its App on Mobile to Pocket in Firefox, Chrome and Safari browsers.
If you’ve found a great quote or important point in an article, you can now highlight it and save for future reference, select the text and click “Highlight”, you can see them in Highlights in the Menu bar. Pocket users limited to 3 highlights per article, you need to upgrade to Premium plan to get unlimited highlights.
If you’ve less time but want to go through some articles in Pocket, “reading-estimates” shown by Pocket in minutes will now help you. Estimated time it takes to read an article will be shown next to article title in your list.
The pocket team redesigned how the reading list looks like, now the list appears with larger images and article excerpts for you to understand the article summary before you actually read it.
If the white background is hurting your eyes at night while reading, click on AA (the display settings) on top right of page and choose Dark color for a better reading experience.