Quick Tip: Use “Reader” function in Safari to focus in on a webpage article on your iPhone or iPad

Quick Tip: Use "Reader" function in Safari to focus in on a webpage article on your iPhone or iPad

Tap on the Reader button at the top of your screen whenever you are viewing an article in Safari.

Safari’s Reader view on iOS can be a very useful way to cut down on distractions when viewing a webpage on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. When you load a page that has a large block of text on it, including most blogs and news sites, a small button will appear on the left side of your web address bar at the top of the screen. Tapping this will activate the Reader view which extracts the article’s text and images and presents them in a clean, attractive manner. “Reader” mode will cut out sidebars, ads, headers, and any other, sometimes, distracting components of a website. Give it a try!

Quick Tip: Use "Reader" function in Safari to focus in on a webpage article on your iPhone or iPad

Use the “Reader” view in Safari to eliminate the noise of sidebars, headers, and ads.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Quick Tip: Use "Reader" function in Safari to focus in on a webpage article on your iPhone or iPad

You can then customize Reader view’s text size, background color, and font to your liking.

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