Chrome 75 has a hidden "Reader" mode that reduces web pages to the bare essentials to make them easier to read. By default, it is not enabled. So get it now.
Google experimented with this feature for years in the desktop version of Chrome, but it is now available with a hidden flag instead of an additional hidden command line option. We anticipate that Google will prepare the release in a stable manner without requiring any tags.
Enabling reader mode
First, you need to make sure your Chrome installation is at version 75. Click the three-DOT menu button in the top-right corner, hover over the Help menu, and then click About Chome.
The About Chrome menu shows which version of Chrome you're running is currently running and should automatically check for updates. If an update is available, it will automatically download and install. When finished, click on the "Restart" button to complete the installation.
If Chrome is still at version 74 and no update is available, you must wait This completes the rollout for all users. It was released on June 4th, but stable builds are slowly being released in four stages. It probably has not reached your device yet. So take a few days time.
Once Chrome is 75, you're ready to go. Open a new tab and enter
chrome: // flags / # enable-reader-mode to jump directly to the Reader Mode flag.
Open the drop-down menu and change the option to "Enabled". Then click on the button below to restart your browser. After the restart, the reader mode is activated.
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How to Use Chrome Reading Mode
Reading mode in Chrome is a breeze to use. If you are on a page that you want to move to Reader view, click the three-dot menu button in the upper-right corner, and then select "Distill Page." It is worth noting that this pronunciation is likely to change as follows The function exits the flag status and becomes stable. But for now, that's what you're looking for. In addition, hopefully someday a keyboard shortcut will be available.
In a few seconds, the page is rendered with just a clean text and image block of the mail. No ads, no sidebars, no clutter. Just a simple way to concentrate.
As with most other flags, it should also be noted that the reading mode is not yet ready for daily use – it is still a kind of buggy. For example, there have been some cases where I have not been able to render pictures for myself. However, the text always came out well and is therefore still usable.