If you use Pocket for your "read it later" needs, you'll want to check the Play Store for an update. Today, Pocket announced version 5.4 of its Android app, and it includes several new features that are sure to be of interest to users. Here's the official changelog:

Translated into more languages: Chinese, Dutch, Korean, Polish and Portuguese.

Fullscreen now uses Immersive Mode on Android 4.4 KitKat and hides the status bar on Android 4.1 and up.

Refined layout and typography, which ensures that headers, images and paragraphs all flow together seamlessly.

Automatic adjustments to layout and formatting when adjusting text size to deliver the most readable view.

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The update appears to be live for all users, so head on over to Google Play and get it while it's hot.


Shawn De Cesari
Shawn is a web developer by day and XDA's resident archivist for Nexus and Google Play Edition device OTA updates by night. When not immersing himself in code or Android, he can be found hunting down antique signs, taking road trips, listening to music, or playing video games. His daily drivers are a Nexus 6 and an iPhone 6 Plus.
  • proedross

    Haven't updated yet. I hope that they fixed the problems with some Greek characters.

  • http://twitter.com/anishbhalerao Anish Bhalerao

    That article title totally rhymed!

    • Dushyant_C

      immersive mode, and more, and more, and more........

  • Imparus

    Neat, I hope the next thing they do are adding more option for fonts to use :)

  • Mr. S

    Have they renamed the "Add to Pocket" share provider yet?

  • Adam Olivero

    I find it funny that Pocket updated then I opened it and my first article via IFTTT on Android Police was this article. Great update!