Rated 3 out of 5by Firefox user 13101783, 6 years ago
Currently a bit too liberal in how it summarizes the article, which lead me to confusion. In addition, it is rather slow to start. Concept is good, just require more fine-tuning and optimization.
- Rated 5 out of 5by geeknik, 2 months agoSummarize the Internet is a fantastic extension for Firefox that I highly recommend to anyone seeking to save time while browsing the web. With just the click of a button, this extension extracts the most important points and conclusions from articles, news, and websites, filtering out weak arguments, baseless speculation, redundant introductions, and asides. The summarizer's focus on the writer's choice of words ensures that the summary is accurate and insightful, making it a valuable tool for anyone who wants to stay informed without getting bogged down by irrelevant details.
What's more, the extension is incredibly easy to use, with a simple taskbar button that displays a popup summary of the current page. I also appreciate that the developer is constantly improving the extension, as evidenced by the recent update that improved text extraction and filtering.
Overall, Summarize the Internet is a well-designed and useful extension that has saved me countless hours of reading time. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to stay informed without sacrificing their valuable time.
- Rated 5 out of 5by John London, 2 years agoI found it fast and intelligent in its summarizing. The length of the summary is just what I want. I tried all the extensions and this one was better than the others. Try it for yourself.