- Rated 3 out of 5by Christina O'Donnell, a year agoAs good as this extension might be, it appears to not respect the font setting outside of headings. Additionally it seems to have performance issues on larger article.
Example sites: settheory.net, plato.stanford.edu
- Rated 3 out of 5by Souvik, 2 years agoI'm using this from Fennec Android. Please optimize the experience in mobile phones. I CAN'T SAVE PDF IN ANDROID BROWSER. The PDF option isn't working. Please fix this Arunk.
Developer responseposted 2 years agoThank you for the review and feedback.
Unfortunately, "Firefox for Android" does not support the ability to "save as PDF" through webextensions/addons -- only desktop versions of the browser support this feature.
I have added the link to the saveAsPDF API web page below that shows which browser versions support this feature:
When this API is supported for Firefox on Android, the extension will add this functionality.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Milo, 3 years agoIt isn't necessarily bad - it's just that Firefox's native reader feature is much better. Compared to that, Tranquility Reader is slower to both start and go back to the website. Plus, Firefox has some added features like estimated time of read and add to pocket directly from the reader.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Vince Aggrippino, 3 years agoLooks nice, but some links are no longer links in "Tranquility" view.
Developer responseposted 3 years agoNot all links are preserved in the Tranquility view. However, if a link that is part of the "main body of text" is no longer visible, then please provide an example and I can take a look to see if this is a bug or a limitation/feature.
Some of the links (related to the article, but not part of the main article) may be preserved under the "More Links" menu. To access this, click on the (+) control at the bottom right corner of the screen and then on the "More Links" button. That should give you any related links that are captured. Note that this list will not include any links that are already part of the main article (as hyperlinked text).