Previously offered under the name Read It Later, Pocket is a service that allows users to save articles, videos and more to read or use later. The Pocket API allows for applications that interact with the Pocket service. The API can be used to build a full featured Pocket client for any platform, mashup reading list data, or allow users to save pages to their list from an application. The API can be used in both free and commercial applications.
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The Pocket Go SDK by Shu Yang Quek allows API access to save URLs. Pocket aims to facilitate the organization of book readers and video viewers. Recently Pocket introduced recommendations, a service that maintains users' preferred media for later review.
The Pocket Android SDK by Pocket allows to communicate with the API to save URLs. It works as a storage method to organize users' URLs. On GitHub, developers can find a pocket prototype, use cases, usage, and setup.
The Pocket iOS SDK by Pocket can interact with the API to save URLs of users' preferred books and media. Installation instructions explain how to download the SDK, add the Pocket SDK to a new project, obtain a consumer key, add the URL scheme, and configure. After installation, developers will be able to make requests to save URLs.