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Matter, a journalism project that nearly tripled its goal on Kickstarter, is the first paid publisher to officially adopt Pocket as a read later service. Pocket supports saving subscription or paywalled articles as long as you use the mobile apps to add your credentials for sites like New York Times, Ars Technica, and The Economist. But Matter is the first to add Pocket’s features to its articles and partner with the service.

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