- Rated 5 out of 5by loramir, 2 months agoOnly been using this for a few hours, but finding it useful for saving recipes to Evernote. Recipe sites tend to be cluttered with shopping lists or recommended recipes, reviews, and such. But Evernote's built-in "simplified article" clipping mode often removes the featured photo of a recipe along with everything else, which I don't want (Firefox's built-in readability mode often does too). Tranquility (+ uBlock Origin's block element feature) gets rid of most of the junk on sites like Food Network but gives you the option to always keep pictures, so I use Tranquility and then clip to Evernote, which works nicely.
It's also nice that on the many recipes where Food Network annoyingly has only a video rather than a photo, Tranquility hides the video and automatically uses the preview image from the video instead which is exactly what I want and was having to do manually before!
- Rated 5 out of 5by Nicole Ahmed, 5 months agoThis is a great customisable reader app which - unlike the firefox native version - allows you to keep images in and hyperlinks highlighted.
The options are a bit clunky - and the default view in my opinion should be with a sans serif font (not Georgia) because this is usually better for readability and accessibility
Thanks to the dev
- Rated 5 out of 5by Peter Kehl, a year agoThank you.
Loving this, especially because (unlike in-built Firefox Reader View) this works along with other add-ons. I use it together with YAWAS (highlighter).