Reader Mode on Safari on Mac OS X

There is this kind-of-new-feature that Apple introduced in Safari which is called “Reader Mode”. What Reader Mode does is simply amazing.

For instance, let’s say you go to this link right here. You can see some text there which is surrounded with some other text and maybe a picture here and there. The bottom line is, you went to that page to see the main article and yet your eyes are seeing other things as well. Reader Mode to the rescue. If you open Safari and go to the same link, and then from View menu in Safari, select Show Reader, you will see a newspaper-line report of the main text in that page. I’ve included a screen shot that you can have a look at. It’s simply amazing!

You can learn more about Safari by going to this link. Do you use Safari? What do you and don’t you like about it?

Safari Reader Mode

Safari Reader Mode

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