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Introducing a new way to read Pocketables on your mobile device

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If you’ve been looking for a new way to get your daily dose of Pocketables on your Android or iOS device, then we’ve got just the thing for you: we are very excited to announce a new mobile edition of Pocketables, available through Google Currents on your Android phone or tablet, or your iOS device (iPhone, iPod, and iPad).

While Google Currents is a beautiful RSS reader by itself, we’ve been hard at work making the Pocketables experience on Google Currents even better. This includes easy access to all our recent articles, reviews, and podcasts, as well as content that’s sorted a bit better depending on your particular interests: Android, Apple, and Microsoft.

Long time readers of Good and EVO and Nothing But Tablets will also appreciate sections that are dedicated to those two micro-sites, and we’ve even included quick access to all of our most recent video content.

To subscribe to Pocketables, just download Google Currents from Google Play or the Apple App Store. Then browse to this link on your device’s browser, or scan the QR code below:

https://www.google.com/producer/editions/CAow-Z0S/pocketables

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We’ve made navigation throughout Pocketables on Google Currents extra easy:

  • Click on the Pocketables logo at top of any screen to return to the main Pocketables page.
  • While reading any article, click on the topic at the top of the screen to return to a list of articles in that topic.
  • Swipe left or right on most screens to browse topics or continue reading.
  • Click the link at the end of each article to access comments and see the full-site version of the article.
  • The mobile edition of Pocketables is optimized for your device, whether that’s a phone or tablet.

We hope you enjoy this new way to read Pocketables, and as always, we look forward to your feedback as we look at ways to make this even better.

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John F

John was the editor-in-chief at Pocketables. His articles generally focus on all things Google, including Chrome and Android, although his love of new gadgets and technology doesn't stop there. His current arsenal includes the Nexus 6 by Motorola, the 2013 Nexus 7 by ASUS, the Nexus 9 by HTC, the LG G Watch, and the Chromebook Pixel, among others.

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5 thoughts on “Introducing a new way to read Pocketables on your mobile device

  • Great news! Just set mine up. Display is outstanding. Thx John.

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  • SELLOUT!

    *…secretly adds pocketables to his flipboard feeds*

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    • I’ve never used Flipboard dude!

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  • Hi My name is tony and i’m just expressing my opinion about the change and the site all together.Each of the subject’s should be separate or have a way to distinguish one from another. Sometime’s i come here now and get a little confused.Because some times all subjects are bunched up at times.But never the less.I think all subjects and the site looks too regular – not that this is bad but the old good and evo and other sites have flare and they look really really good. But i’m mad EVO LTE TOOOO much and I’m already on contract:( I really want that phone even a bad esn is to much……

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    • Avatar of Andreas Ødegård

      There are microsite links at the top (above the logo), more large category links below the logo, even more categories under “categories” in the sidebar, and another section there for tags. Each category also has its own RSS feed that you get to by adding /feed after the url.

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