Android: Pocket for Android has been updated with some handy new features. It now inclues the ability to set your offline storage limits, a new quick delete mode and improved Evernote integration.
You can now set up offline storage limits so Pocket doesn't accidentally take up too much space on your device. Just head into the Settings, select "Set offline storage limits" and you can set up how much space Pocket's allowed to have. As far as the quick deletion is concerned, you can now quickly delete anything with a swipe, but there's a new undo button in case you didn't mean to delete it. Evernote formatting is also cleaned up so you the article sent to Evernote better resembles Pocket's Article View with formatting preserved. You can grab the update from Google Play right now.
Pocket (free) [Google Play]