The Pocket version of Mozilla just received some terrific quality of life improvements

The Pocket version of Mozilla just received some terrific quality of life improvements ...

Pocket is an app that allows users to save articles so that they may refer to them again or read them later if they need to.

No app is perfect, but the good news for Pocket users is that things are improving. According to Mozilla, there have been some quality of life improvements, which should improve the overall experience for users.

Mozilla has introduced a new Home tab, which acts as a timeline of sorts, where you can see all of the books and websites that you have saved for later viewing. You may also see recommended articles based on certain categories that you may be interested in.

Mozilla has made a few changes to the app's "My List" section, which has been renamed "Saves". At its core it remains the same, as you've saved content. There will also be a new carousel at the top of the page for users to archive content.

If you want to check out the latest version of the app, here are the changes that are live.

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