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Discussion in 'Alternatives to iOS and iOS Devices' started by jason2811, Jan 14, 2013.
I love the "reader" function in Safari for iPhone. Is there anything similar for Android? Thanks!
Android has text reflow so you don't need reader.
Pocket for Android/iOS?
All you have to do is hit menu - share - add to pocket. The switch to pocket to read it in a better format.
Some phones do have a reading mode included in their stock browsers (galaxy s3 does AFAIK).
With a big screen, text reflow, fullscreen web browsers, high res screen, endless customization options for fonts and text, you don't even need that function. But I am sure you have that feature on android too if it floats your boat.
I on the other hand think its just another annoying step to take.
On my note 2 at least there is the same function. Its even called reader and in the same place.
Just checked the wife's S3 and you tap on the little R in the url bar then it changes to readig mode:
It's only in the stock browser.
Yeh, as above is what I was talking about. I only use stock browser as it is flash compatible.