Skimming the news later is no match for consuming it fresh, but we still live in a world with connectivity dead zones — riding the subway, cruising the Pacific at 35,000 feet — making an offline reading app a necessity for oft-disconnected consumers. Pocket, formerly known as “Read it Later,” lets you save online content to read when you’re not within web’s reach, or even when you are. Pocket could also be a good resource for folks that stumble upon some interesting content, but simply don’t have time to read it at that very moment. You can also grab videos and images to watch later — everything is presented in a clean, easy to view format, searchable by publication, keyword or custom tags. And while the former version — Read it Later — ran you a cool 99 cents, Pocket is free, and available now for Android, iOS and the Kindle Fire.