… reblogged …
and complemented concerning the Android Chrome Reader Mode feature 🙂
All about the brand new read-only mode of the Chrome browser for Android …
in Chrome for Android and scroll down to the Enable Reader Mode Tool Icon option
and ACTIVATE it – you must restart chrome after that …
It works in any Android version – if only Chrome for Android has the right version
— I did finally get the function on my OnePlus One w/ CyanogenMod …
and on my Sony XZU with Kitkat 4.4.4 as well !
– after having activated you do not get the option
in the option menu (as simulated in the ’screenshot‘ above)
– instead you get an icon in the top browser bar !
AND you only get this with few websites which are suited for the feature !!!
TRY IT !!
It works like this starting with Chrome for Android version
You do NOT need Android Lollipop 5.x, a Chrome version high enough is sufficient …
While the holiday shopping deals started flowing this past week, a new version of Chrome for Android appeared a little bit earlier in the month. You won’t see it in the release notes but Google tucked in a holiday treat if you know where to find it: Experimental Reader Mode.
This feature strips out all adds and other superfluous information from a mobile web page, leaving you with a pure content experience. [company]Google[/company] has been testing it for some time in Chrome Beta and now offers in the standard browser version.
Earlier this week, I explained how to enable Reader Mode in Chrome for Android, which is pretty simple:
„Since it’s experimental, you still have to find the setting manually; there’s no easy-to-spot checkbox for this yet. Instead, type
chrome://flagsin Chrome for Android 5.0 and scroll down to the
Enable Reader Mode Tool Iconoption. Click the Enable…
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