Reading an article on a web page can sometimes be difficult, because you're distracted by dozens of other text and image boxes on the screen. Reader is an add-on for Firefox which automatically identifies the significant text content on the current page and presents it in a format that's easy to read, with no other distractions. It's like copying the news story from your current browser window into a text editor, but all done with a single click on a single button in your browser.
You can even change the font, size and colour of the article you're viewing if you're not happy with the defaults (though you probably will be, as it's a vast improvement over trying to read the article in your browser.
To get the add-on, open Firefox and then head to https://addons.mozilla.org/en-GB/firefox/addon/reader/ to download it. It's malware-free, according to the scanner on my PC, and is free of charge.
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