I love to load interesting 20-minute magazine articles for when I have some time to kill with no wifi or connection. First, I loaded this app on both my computer and then on my smartphone, using the same username and password for both devices. (the computer is much easier to use when cruising for articles.) The little black and white widget is located right on your browser bar looking like a little "down-arrow." Then I cruise "Vanity Fair" , or "Longreads" or "Wired" for some great reads.
Finding an article you like, you just click on this widget on your computer, and it sends it right to your smartphone, because you have loaded the app onto both devices using your same username and password. And when, say, 18 articles are loaded, you can read them right off your smartphone with no connection at all, because they're just like ordinary documents. I was sweating having to take my Nook Classic from 5 years ago - until I learned about Pocket. You can delete the article as soon as you've read it. Here's a small sample of what's "In My Pocket" : "The Battle for Picasso's Multi-Billion-Dollar Empire/Vanityfair.com. - Why Millennial Women are Burning Out/fastcompany.com --Which Rock Star Will Historians of the Future Remember? / nytimes.com and on and on. Haven't read any of these articles yet, but they're short reads. And they're ready for me even if I don't have connection.