Poki, the well-reviewed third-party Pocket app for Windows Phone that made its debut on February 5, 2014 will finally get its big brother app in the near future. The development team has set a Feb. 5, 2015 launch date for Poki on Windows 8.1, a year after its Windows Phone release.

The announcement was made on the official Poki Twitter account today, and its developer, Tobias Klika from Austria, confirmed that it will also be a universal app for the Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone versions.

Poki accesses the Pocket service which allows users to save online articles for offline reading at a later time. Poki allows users to search for articles by name, URL and tags, along with a way to listen to articles with its language detection. There are even game-like achievements that can be unlocked while using Poki. We will keep track of Poki's launch for Windows 8.1 in the coming weeks.

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Source: Poki (Twitter)