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Search Results for tag "readability"
Wikiwand: Wikipedia Modernized No Restart
Good old Wikipedia gets a great new look
Document Font Toggle No Restart
Switch between website fonts and your own selection.
Reader No Restart Featured
Reader is the ultimate Reader tool for Firefox.
Readable is an application that helps you read more of the web. It transforms text on any website using fonts, colors, and layouts of your choosing.
TidyRead turns your web reading into a fast, smooth, no-fringe experience again. It intelligently extracts the core text of news articles and blog posts — even multi-page ones. TidyRead allows you to quickly grasp the main message of the page.
Prettify paragraphs No Restart
Activate full justification and hyphenation on all web-pages paragraphs for better readability.
RapidFox No Restart
Quick access to most commonly used tools and search engines via right click context menu.
Easy Read makes it easier to read Wikipedia by blending links into articles. This makes it easier to focus on and remember the great content and avoid distractions.
Website SEO Analysis provides in-depth SEO information about a website relative to over 20 criteria.
pageQlip No Restart
pageQlip helps you use what you read. pageQlip saves and optimizes your content for the mobile experience in a clean, easy to read format. Your content is available to you online or offline on your iPhone or iPad, or via your account on our website.
Makes a Web Page readable.
Remove colors and background images from the page by one click.
Google Translate It No Restart
This jetpack allows you to quickly translate text with Google Translate.
Push to Kindle No Restart
Send web articles (news stories, blog posts, Wikipedia entries, etc.) to your Kindle