A simple, distraction free reader for Chrome

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Every day we spend hours reading articles on the Web. Reading is so essential that we believe it needs to be simple and straightforward. Therefore we create Clearly, our new extension that Chrome missed for so long. You can now focus on your favorite items without ads, floats or any other irrelevant things bothering you anymore, enjoy your reading!

  • Olena Persianova
    Olena PersianovaWeb Developer

    Helps to concentrate on the reading, truly increases my productivity!


    Rarely I'm having issues reading articles with code snippets (because snippets are presented incorrectly on some websites)

    Recommended to all my friends

    Olena Persianova has used this product for one month.
  • Pros: 

    good tool for reading


    started showing ads on google search, too much annoying.

    DON'T USE THIS, You'll be annoyed from ads

    Mayur Patanvadiya has used this product for one day.
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Cedric Amaya
Cedric Amaya@cedricamaya · maker · open sourcerer · coffee lover
Seems like a very useful extension! As a Firefox user I've got to ask: any chance this will be coming to Firefox in the near future?
Yury Molodtsov
Yury Molodtsov@y_molodtsov · Day One Ventures
Seems more polished and feature-full than Mercury Reader, definitely giving it a try. Thank you!
Chris Guerrero
Chris Guerrero@cguerrero · Software Engineer at Portfolium
This is awesome. I sometimes find myself switching over to Safari just to use it's built in reader mode. If only chrome extensions worked for the mobile app!
Dan Parsons
Dan Parsons@danbyday · Ent 2x in Chi. Now in SF trying to help!
@cguerrero yes! A mobile companion for this would complete my use case. Right now I do all long form web reading on safari (mainly mobile), and therefore use their reading list and favorites vs. Chrome's. If there was a reader for the Chrome desktop and mobile browser I could live on Chrome.
Yury Molodtsov
Yury Molodtsov@y_molodtsov · Day One Ventures
@cguerrero @danbyday You could always put the webpage in
leon zhao
leon zhao@llleonzhao1
super useful! like a chrome default reader.
This looks cool. I don't use a dedicated reader app, more often than not I read long form articles in Twitter or Chrome. Will try this out!