Internet has numerous websites filled with relevant information that may help you some way or the other. Sometimes, it becomes tough though because of the web designers. They make the websites cloggy enough to read something at times. There are advertisements, tricky designs (These look cool but can annoy the regular readers) and floating windows that create disruption during the reading. Not any more, though!
Clearly which is available in both Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome as an extension, clears everything from the webpage other than what you want to read from it. This app was developed by the reputed team of Evernote and below you will find more details on the same.
How to use?
After installing the extension, just go to the webpage that you want to clear and then click the button. It’ll show you just the article that you will like to read in that webpage. If you want to go back to the previous version of the webpage, just click on the Back button. You can keep the article for future reference in the Clearly Notebook and for that, you have to click the Clip button. There is also an option to print the article and that saves up papers as well. Only the article content that you need is printed, not the entire webpage.
If you don’t like the normal interface that this app provides, you can anytime change the settings. However, you should do this only if you possess a good amount of knowledge, otherwise, things can get a bit clumsy.
Clearly works pretty fast and is a useful extension. It integrates with Evernote seamlessly making the life of a regular web reader easier. If you know about other similar apps, please share the names through the comments feature. I’ll love to review those for my readers as well.