The read-it-later service Pocket has updated with a couple new features including a new pagination mode that makes it easier to flip through your saved articles and support for more video types.
The big update is the new pagination mode. You can now swipe left or right to flip through long article instead of reading them in one long scrolling page. Also added is an improved dark theme for night reading and an all new sepia theme. Pocket also expanded its video support to sites like TED, Devour and Khan Academy. A few other minor tweaks are added as well, including the ability to add URLs from the clipboard, larger font sizes, and bug fixes. The update is free in the iTunes App Store right now, with updates to the Kindle and Android apps expected within the next couple of days.