TidyRead for Chrome


Version: 1.4
Date: 2013-09-20
Size:
93KB
Requirements:
No special requirements
Seller:
Matthew Chen
Price:
Free
System:
Windows 7/Vista/XP
Requirements:
No special requirements
License:
Freeware

Description - TidyRead for Chrome



TidyRead renders web pages with better readability as an-easy-to-read manner, similar to eBooks, by accurately extracting the context text and removing the cluttered materials. Read what you should and nothing else. TidyRead extracts the text from almost any web site and displays it on an easy to read PaGE that removes all of the clutter that can make reading on the internet so hard sometimes. While reading is one of the main activities on the internet, a lot of sites pay very Little attention to the readability of their text. Instead, the reader`s Eye is constantly drawn to other UI elements, ads, and widgets. This problem is even worse when surfing on smart phones. TidyRead is setting to change this and makes online reading and surfing on smart phones enjoyable. TidyRead strips away all the extra stuff from news or blog article pages, leaving you with some nicely formatted text to read. In the TidyRead mode, you can customize the styles, Font Size and margin site by site and those customization info are saved on the cookies. TidyRead can work in smart mode that means it automatically extracts and displays the article if TidyRead believe it is an article page with confidence. So you don`t need to manually type HotKey or click a button to activate the TidyRead. You can also use the opt-out list to opt-out sites or pages in the smart mode. TidyRead does it best to keep the original article layout, and intelligently extracts the content images, videos and other objects. TidyRead automates the "next page". When scrolling near the end of the page, TidyRead detects and renders the next page, so you need not to click the next page anymore.

‚Äč TidyRead for Chrome Smart Mode Smart Phones


More in Chrome Extensions-TidyRead for Chrome

Chrome Tidyread Smart Mode Smart Mode That