Save to Pocket (mini)

Save to Pocket (mini)

Adds a toolbar button to save the current page to Pocket, without requiring the "all data" or "all websites" permissions.

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What is Save to Pocket (mini)?

Save to Pocket (mini) is a streamlined Firefox extension. Its functionality allows users to authenticate into Pocket and save URLs with minimal code. It does not require 'all data' or 'all websites' permissions, making it a secure and convenient tool for storing and accessing saved webpages. Published with developer permission, it's a reliable tool for efficient browsing.

Stats date:
Users: 1,015 ▲ 14
Rating: 4.10 (10)
Version: 2 (Last updated: 2021-02-01)
Creation date: 2021-01-31
Weekly download count: 16
Firefox on Android: Yes
Manifest version: 2
  • activeTab
Size: 18.79K
URLs: Website
Risk impact: Low risk impact
Risk likelihood: Low risk likelihood

Other platforms

Not available on Chrome
Not available on Edge

This extension is the minimal code to auth into Pocket and save URLs into it.

Published here on AMO w/ developer permission. Thanks!

Current forked code (some changes needed for Firefox compatibility):

Original source code: Blog post:

Chrome WebExtension:

User reviews
User reviews summary
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  • Works decently well
  • Works on PC and Firefox Nightly on Android
  • Does not require many permissions
  • Great for saving articles for later
  • Clean and curated
  • Does not support tagging
  • Possibility of losing all saved pages with no recovery option
Most mentioned
  • Pocket's usability on various platforms
  • Lack of tagging option
  • Loss of saved data
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Risk impact

Save to Pocket (mini) is relatively safe to use as it requires very minimum permissions.

Risk likelihood

Save to Pocket (mini) has earned a fairly good reputation and likely can be trusted.

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