Postpwn for Windows 8 is a Pocket App That lets you Read your Pocketed Websites
Reading the latest articles and news from different websites is important as who doesn’t want to stay in touch with the latest events? So, whether we are talking about politics, sports, fashion, or even gossip relates news, now you can plan and schedule your favorite websites by using a dedicated Windows 8 app.
Thus Postpwn represents a “Read it later” software, which basically is a program that can be used for saving or archive your favorite websites and for scheduling your reading session. Therefore, by using this new Windows 8 app you will be able to choose what to read and when to read, especially in those moments when you don’t have too much time available but you still want to stay in touch with everything that’s new. You can pocket anything you want even if it is about your work, your passion or your daily duties.
Postpwn: Everything you need, when you need it
So, Postpwn will provide a database that can be anytime optimized and customized with new websites and with new articles. These articles can be saved, archived or even erased as not everything that we read is so relevant or so important to us. At the same time, you can check precious info and you can save all the data that is important to you, as who knows when you will need to re-check the same for a closer look at the specified events.
You can organize your Pockets and you can choose to search your Pockets in real time by using a dedicated interface that offers instant access to your favorite websites and not only. The app comes with great and useful features so using Postpwn on your Windows 8 device will be easier than you might think.
In order to test the app, access Windows Store from your Windows 8, Windows 8.1 or Windows RT based device (the tool is compatible with all these platforms) and just download the client on your handset – don’t worry, the tool is free distributed so you don’t have to spend your money.
For improving your reading experience, you should also try apps like Issuu, Kobo or even Microsoft’s own Reader app; all these platforms were reviewed here on Wind8 Apps, so for further details about the same, don’t hesitate and check the links from above.
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