A Pocket (formerly Read It Later) client. You need a Pocket (http://getpocket.com/) account to use the app. Version 2.x needs Windows 8.1 to run.
Share links to Pocket via Latermark through the share charm (from e.g. IE or Mail) when online and even offline. Edit your Pocket lists (archive, favorite, tag, or delete single or multiple items) View and read your Pocket bookmarks in a customizable, zoomable and printable reader mode, in an integrated original webview, or open them in your browser directly. Put Latermark on your lockscreen and pin individual items to your Start screen for quick access. Download articles (most articles including images, not audio or video though) for offline reading (articles viewed once are downloaded anyway). Sort or filter your bookmark lists by category or tags or search for specific bookmarks. Share a bookmark from Latermark to other apps (like Mail).
Please note that only items viewable in "Reader mode" can be read out, printed, or downloaded for offline reading.
For news about the app, for feature requests or to report a problem please visit @latermarkapp at Twitter. (also linked in Settings/About). Thank You!
v2.6 - enable Settings/Permissions/Notifications for unobtrusive error messages which do not block the UI - multi-edit, select "Edit Lists" from bottom appbar - right click (or hold on touch device) on item for edit without viewing article - share selected text from Latermark to e.g. a translation app (Language Translator works) - improved sync of offline actions, failed ones can be retried or deleted manually now - changed some keyboard shortcuts, press "?" for details - added open in Latermark options for snapped/small screens - added option how many items are sync at any time (select less for slower hardware/network, default is 100) - added new style option to change between paragraphs being "book-like" indented (default) or separated by empty line - improved tag filter layer in "snapped" mode - fixed after deletion of items count of list not updated if list empty - fixed deleting items from search results - major refactoring and bugfixing