Pocket 5.4 for Android adds Immersive Mode for KitKat users

Pocket for Android, one of the best apps in which to read longform content, has received a nice little update that lets KitKat users hide the top and bottom navigation bars for a fullscreen experience.

Immersive Mode was one of the best features added to Google’s newest iteration of Android, and it’s slowly being added to various apps and games that are better served with a full-screen experience. Not to entirely leave out users of Jelly Bean, Pocket now hides the status bar in Android 4.1 to 4.3.

Also in this update are improvements to the way text is automatically formatted, making the translation engine more reliable, and a number of translations to languages like Dutch, Korean, Chinese, Polish and Portuguese.

[source]Google Play[/source]