We have some good news for Pocket users who use apps like Evernote, Twitter and Tweetbot: Our latest iOS update includes improvements for each.
For Evernote, we’ve added new features that make it easier for Pocket users to save what they love between the two apps—you can select notebooks, add prefilled tags, and also include the full article when you save something.
With Twitter, we’ve updated Tweet Attribution with support for replying, favoriting, retweeting, and opening a tweet on Twitter.com. If you prefer Tweetbot, you can now open the app directly from Pocket to send tweets or drop something into your drafts folder.
Finally, Pocket 4.2.6 also includes a number of other bug fixes and improvements.
Here’s a complete list of what’s in Pocket 4.2.6:
★ Improvements to Evernote sharing, including notebook selection, preservation of tags, comments, and option to include the full article
★ Sharing to Evernote now supports the 印象笔记 service in China
★ Tweet Attribution redesigned, with support for replying, favoriting, retweeting, opening a tweet in Safari, and opening a person’s Twitter profile in Safari
★ Share to Tweetbot
✓ Toolbar buttons are now easier to tap
✓ The Pocket logo at the top of the list will no longer appear visually distorted
✓ Fixed an issue where items in the list were occasionally not tappable
✓ Fixed an issue where authorizing 3rd-party apps would hang on older devices
✓ Rotation lock now works properly in the Reader
✓ ESPN Insider subscribers can now log in by going to Options > Manage Site Subscriptions
✓ A number of other bug fixes and improvements
✓ Fixed issues when logging in to Pinboard and Delicious
✓ App.net has much improved error handling and some fixes when adding comments to shared items
✓ The font size has been increased when sharing to Buffer
If you have any questions or feedback, you can always reach us at Pocket Support.