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CleanPages Brings Readability Mode in Opera

CleanPages is an add-on for Opera, which brings distraction free online article reading by removing annoying ads and other visual disturbances from web pages. CleanPages is a converted version of Readability (a bookmarklet for browsers) and is similar to Reader function in Apple Safari.

CleanPages improves the readability of webpages by removing unnecessary clutter. It enhances the layout and combines multi-paged articles into one. It works on locally saved pages and in offline mode, too.

 The add-on adds a button next to Opera’s search bar, clicking on it will bring the web page into readable mode. From the extension’s preference section, you can change the background color, font size, and margin to your needs.

 Remember, CleanPages is NOT an adblocker or scriptblocker; it cleans pages after they have been loaded. More details and download available at this link.

Similar Add-on for Google Chrome


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