Open In Reader View
Open webpages and links in Firefox's Reader View
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Open In Reader View adds a new context menu item to the page and link context menu to let you open webpages and urls directly in the reader view mode to strip away all of the clutter. In the reader view there is a context menu item to switch back to the default mode. This extension can be used for easier access to the reader view mode or for pages that the reader view mode is not offered by Firefox.
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FAQ

  1. What is Open in Reader View extension?

    Open in Reader View add a new context menu item to the right click context menu to access Firefox's built-in reader view.

  2. What is Firefox's reader view?

    Firefox for Android has a beautiful Reader View that strips away all of a website's clutter so you can focus on what you're reading. We'll show how it all works.

  3. Is it possible to exit from the reader view and go back to the normal view?

    Yes, just tap the Reader View icon in the address bar. There might or might not be a reader view icon when website is loaded. To switch back to the reader view, use the right click context menu on the webpage (not over any links).

  4. Is it possible to customize the way things look in the Reader View?

    Yes, In Reader View, tap the screen to bring up the controls and then tap the Aa button to change the size of the text, switch fonts or change the theme from light to dark for reading in the dark.

  5. What's new in this version?

    Please check the Logs section.

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Editorial Review

Open In Reader View is a convenient add-on to make your life easier. This extension is user-friendly and can make surfing through different sites easier. This add-on can give you a general view how the website looks like. You don't have to scroll through different pages. People who want to find different number of ways to perform a task don't have to scroll through the whole page and look closely. They can easily open the website in this add-on and enjoy the distraction free view. You just get the points and things you searched for. Relevant information is given in a window for your convenience.

This extension is another way to read articles and reviews in a better manner. You don't have to scroll through images and all the distractions to get to your article. What you can do is right-click on the website's URL. The drop down menu will open up. You can simply go to the option where it says open in reader's views and have the relevant information in front of you. This add-on opens website directly in reader's views. It opens the URL's in a reader's view as well and it can be accessed from the context menu whenever needed. This makes it user-friendly. You don't have to go through a hassle to turn on this add-on. It's there, right in front of you.

I would certainly recommend this add-on to you if you have a habit of reading a lot of blog post daily. If you're tired of searching for what you were looking for, then this add-on can make your life much easier. While you see what website provides you the best information, do it in a precise way.

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