Pocket Goes Global With Six New Languages.


Pocket Goes Global With Six New Languages.

English may be one of the most spoken languages in this world of ours, but we tend to know people who read and speak other languages as well. News from their own country may be a different language depending on location of origin. Well luckily its possible to save articles in six other languages in ones Pocket.

Six Languages.

This read it later application for desktops and mobile devices can now support articles in German, Japanese, Frence, Spanish, Russian and Italian, announced Pocket in their blog post recently.

The internet is made up of  various inventive languages. Social networks like Pinterest and Facebook have been seeking ways to boost their features in a goal to gain more users from around the globe, while business are looking to understand their consumers and what they are saying about them in various languages.


At the moment though its all about helping people from around the world save articles that they might wish to read on a later date with the use of the ever so popular Pocket app.

“Already over 40 percent of Pocket’s users speak a language other than English, and 60 percent of our users live outside the United States,” marketing manager Kait Gaiss wrote in today’s blog post.

To make things ever more easier when placing articles on your Pocket, the company has managed to line up partnerships with various companies like Russian search engine and email provider Yandex, to mane one-click Pocketing a reality across more Internet apps. And from whats been spreading around, the Pocket will being taking steps into making Pocket a international standard.

“We are thrilled that Pocket is now available in six new languages, but this is only the beginning of bringing our platform to a broader audience,” Gaiss wrote.

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