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Bring Safari Reader function to Google chrome

An exciting feature of Apple’s new browser Safari 5 is its Reader, which allows a distraction free online article reading by removing annoying ads and other visual distractions from web pages.

You can bring this exciting feature to your browser Google Chrome also by installing an extension called iReader.

iReader has almost all features that Safari Reader offers, you can view news stories and other articles in a very easy to read, clutter-free, scrollable display.

How to use iReader on Google Chrome? After installing the extension, when you enter a web page, iReader icon will display on the address bar.

Click the icon to open iReader window and click iReader icon again to close the reader window.

iReader also gives few configuration options such as transparency adjust, font style, etc. Download and install iReader from chrome extension page. [via]

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