updated 02:15 am EDT, Fri May 11, 2012
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The iOS version of Read It Later's Pocket app (free in the App Store) has been updated to version 4.1. The update brings a ground-up redesign, including new reading themes, expanded video support, and an improved user interface.
Pocket allows users to save items from the Internet for later browsing. The update allows users to grab videos from sites like TED, Devour, and Khan Academy for viewing on a mobile phone or tablet. Pocket support is built in to more than 300 apps, including Flipboard, Twitter, Pulse, and Zite.
The app, formerly known as Read It Later, has been downloaded over two million times since its renaming. In the four years since its release, the app has amassed a user base of more than five million.
An update for Android devices is expected to arrive soon. [via the Pocket blog]