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InstaRead Reformats WebPages For Easy Reading (Chrome & Firefox)

InstaRead is a handy browser extension that brings distraction free online reading mode to Firefox and Chrome. It removes annoying ads and other visual disturbances from web pages, making for easy reading. It is quite useful if you are a regular reader of blog posts or news websites.

InstaRead add-on is available for Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. After installation, you can use it from add-on bar in Firefox and toolbar in Chrome or from context menu (right click menu).

After opening a webpage, just click InstaRead icon (or right click the title of the page and select InstaRead) and it’ll instantly reformat the page, making for easy reading.

You can change font, font size and page background color by clicking the “font size” icon shown at top right corner of the page.

There are several similar add-ons available for distraction free webpage reading, for example, iReader for Chrome, CleanPages for Opera, Clearly for Firefox, etc.


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