Save to Pocket with Dolphin Browser in 3 Steps

While browsing with your ANDROID (yes, I’m picky like that) smartphone, did you ever come across an article that you wanted to read, but didn’t have the time to go through? Well, you could either bookmark the link, or send it to Pocket with Dolphin Browser.

What is Pocket? It is a FREE online service where you can put articles, videos, or pretty much anything, and have it downloaded on your phone, tablet, or computer for offline reading. And Dolphin? Your AWESOME browser that’s highly-customizable!

There are two ways to share to Pocket. First is the LONG, standard way in 4 steps (assuming you have the latest Dolphin):

(1) Click the phone’s left-menu to show the bottom menu bar.

01 left menu

(2-3) Click on More, then Share page.

02-a more

(4) Click on Add to Pocket. If you haven’t logged-in before yet, there’s another step.

03 add to pocket

Now, here’s the SHORTER way in 3 steps:

(1-2) Click the phone’s left-menu, then Add-ons.

01-b left menu

(3) Click on Save to Pocket. If you haven’t logged-in before yet, there’s another step.

02-b save to pocket

For the shorter way to work, you need to install the Pocket for Dolphin add-on found on their blog. This used to be available in Google Play, but was removed after the new Share page feature was introduced. However, you can use either way with the latest Dolphin. But since the add-on is an APK, it is for ANDROID only.

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One Response to Save to Pocket with Dolphin Browser in 3 Steps

  1. john says:

    Hi Geff, I found you via Stackoverflow. I was wondering if you wanted to do a small partnership with Fllu regarding the upcoming Samsung Smart App Challenge. Since you know a lot about Android Apps maybe you can help us. If you are interested please email me.
    john@fllu.com

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