Dropbox API changes & future plans for pocket

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ahoistion
AWESOME APP! I finally upgraded to PRO...
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Mommakat
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Such a true statement... I love my pocket!!!
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Paul
Ok I bought a pro key.

It's a great app, saved me many times.

It's better than the alternatives, better organized etc.

I don't think a well organized UI and bug free code date, or show their age.  It serves its purpose simply, effectively and well, that's the best that can be done.
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ztalsii
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I could not agree with you more.
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Eric Egyir
In reply to this post by knitten2000
Below is a message from Dropbox. If I'm not able to get access to Dropbox I might have to do away with Pocket. Can you please advise.

On September 28, 2017, we’ll be making some changes to Dropbox that will likely affect the following 3rd party apps linked to your Dropbox account: Pocket for Android. You’re receiving this email because you’ve used these apps at least once within the past month.

While we’ve informed all developers about our upcoming changes, the developers for the apps listed above have yet to update their apps accordingly. If they don’t update their apps before September 28, these apps will no longer be able to access Dropbox. That said, any data already saved in Dropbox won’t be affected and will still be accessible from our official web, mobile, and desktop clients.

As a recent user of these apps, we recommend you take the following actions:
Review how you use these apps, especially if you use them to access Dropbox
If you rely on these apps to store data in Dropbox, we suggest exporting or backing up any data from these apps before the September 28 deadline.
We understand changes like these can be inconvenient. We hope that the recommendations above help you plan accordingly. If you have any questions about these apps, please contact the apps through their support channels.

The Dropbox Team
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J.i.wilson
Deafening silence on this matter.  Looks like Pocketis about to expire.  Pity.
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Philip Cobb
In reply to this post by timothyjc
Dropbox says that of September 27, 2017 that Pocket will not be able to sync with Dropbox. Any plans for a update?
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BrandonIT
Registered here just so I could ask that question as well.  Will we get an update again to save Pocket from extinction?

Purchased the PRO version anyway just as a "Thank you" to Tim even if he doesn't upgrade it.  My family has used this app for years and it's been great.

BrandonIT
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John Monagle
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I am also concerned that Pocket will not work with Dropbox update.   Does this mean I will no longer be able to open the app on my phone, or I will lose the ability to share with other devices?  How can I export my data from pocket before I lose it.

I have used Pocket for years, will be very disappointed if it does not continue.
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