Pocket’s Native Mac App Gets Twitter & Facebook Support, New Keyboard Shortcuts, More

Pocket’s Native Mac App Gets Twitter & Facebook Support, New Keyboard Shortcuts, More

Pocket now supports multiple Twitter accounts — if you’re running Mountain Lion.

Pocket brought us a terrific Mac app back in October, and just over a month on, it’s already back with a new update. This one introduces a nice stack of new features, including native Twitter and Facebook support for those running OS X Mountain Lion, new keyboard shortcuts, better Evernote sharing, and more.

In addition to native Twitter support, Twitter users can now enjoy support for multiple Twitter accounts (also exclusive to OS X Mountain Lion).

Those who like sharing to Evernote will be pleased to see the feature have been rebuilt to provide easier tagging, commenting, and improved authentication. What’s more, support for Evernote China Yinxiang Biji has been added.

There are also some new keyboard shortcuts, which will allow you to open new items in the background, and toggle between home, favorites, archives, and content types. There’s also support for printing, and the Mac URL scheme “pocket://”.

Finally, Pocket 1.1.0 fixes the following issues:

✓ Pocket now automatically downloads all items after login
✓ Items no longer disappear when new ones are saved
✓ Dock badge count now updates in real-time, and is hidden when the count is zero
✓ Crash when logging into certain accounts. If you had trouble logging in, please try again after upgrading

You can download Pocket 1.1.0 from the Mac App Store now by hitting the source link below.

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