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Do you remember the time when Pocket was called Read It Later? Apparently, it's been three years since the name change, and Pocket wants to celebrate it (and the $7 million it's just raised from investors, including Mr. Lenovo, Ashton Kutcher) by giving its web interface an overhaul. The company has rebuilt its web UI to scale fit all screen sizes, from phones and phablets to laptops and big-screen desktop PCs. Pocket has also added a progress bar and a title at the top of the interface, as well as tweaked its dark mode to turn the whole UI background black. You'll also find a fixed menu on the left-hand margin of the interface for quick access to Favorites, Tags and Inbox, as well as a Bulk Edit icon on the top left corner. These changes will arrive soon, if they haven't yet, and could make the web interface your go-to option if the apps aren't doing it for you.

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