When you open up your Pocket, what do you see? If you haven't been running the beta version for the past few weeks, you've seen all the articles you've gathered from across the web. Now you will also see recommendations, content Pocket thinks you'll be interested in alongside the stuff you've saved.

To determine which articles to recommend to people, Pocket looks at what content users with similar reading habits saved to their accounts. It also considers how many of these users actually read or eventually shared each story. The company is quick to point out that over two billion items have been saved to Pocket, so there's plenty of information to work with.

These recommendations appear in a new Recommendations tab, with your current stories appearing under My List. More will appear throughout the day, and you can add any to your personal list by hitting the save button or tapping one to start reading.

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We detailed these changes back when Pocket launched a new beta channel. If you opted to wait, head to the Play Store page below and hit up the update button.

Pocket: Save. Read. Grow.
Pocket: Save. Read. Grow.
Developer: Read It Later
Price: Free+