Pocket for iPhone and iPad brings improved Evernote integration and sharing to Tweetbot

Right on the heals of its big brother's update, Pocket for iPhone and iPad has been updated with similar features including improved Evernote sharing as well redesigned Tweet Attribution and the ability to share to Tweetbot.

Improved Evernote integration in Pocket includes notebook selection, preservation of tags and comments, and an option to include the full article. Sharing to Evernote also now supports the 印象笔记 service in China.

Tweet Attribution has also been redesigned with support for replying, favoriting, retweeting, opening a tweet in Safari, and opening a person's Twitter profile in Safari.

Last, but definitely not least, Pocket for iPhone and iPad now lets users share to the extremely popular Twitter app Tweetbot.

The most popular read-later services available to Mac and iOS users are Pocket, Instapaper, and Readability. Which of these do you prefer? And if you're a Mac user who prefers Pocket, what do you think of this update?

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Can someone explain why you would use Pocket if you already have Evernote and its browser clipping button? Doesn't that cut out an unnecessary middleman (Pocket)? What am I missing here? Thanks!

A lot of people add things to Pocket from services other than the web, like Twitter apps, where adding to Evernote isn't an option. And maybe someone wants to read all their stuff with something like Pocket, but only add their absolution favorites to Evernote or things like recipes and such vs articles.

While I have both Pocket & Readability, to me Pocket is hands down the best read later app available. Love it