extension ExtPose

Read with Instapaper

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Description from extension meta

Instantly view any compatible web page in Instapaper's text view.

Image from store Read with Instapaper
Description from store Version 0.3: New retina icon. I hope you like it. Version 0.2: Clicking the icon will do nothing if already displaying a site in Instapaper's text view. Changed manifest to version 2.

Latest reviews

  • (2016-04-22) Zeynab Loum: Great ! Thank you ! So much better than the official bookmarklet: now I can hide the Chrome Bookmark Bar. Time and space saving extension ;-) Fonctionne très bien ! Merci! Bien mieux que le bookmarklet officiel qui m'oblige à afficher la Barre de Favoris de Chrome. Gain de temps et surtout d'espace pour afficher le contenu tant désiré ;-)
  • (2015-03-04) Bram Wolfe: Simple and easy to use. However, the more I used it, the more I realized that Instapaper was a waste of time. Instapaper tries to do two things well: organize bookmarks and make them pretty to read. However, it does both of these poorly. They force you to organize bookmarks into folders instead of tags, which most bookmarking services today agree is counterintuitive. Whether you use Firefox, Chrome, IE, Safari, your browser already allows you to sort bookmarks into folders. Tagging is more and more popular, and anyone who creates organization software without at least the option to use tagging, is going to find themselves outdated pretty quickly. As far as the making it "pretty" part, go ahead and download "Clearly" by Evernote and look at the options they give. You can choose text color, background color, font type, font size, etc etc. Instapaper only gives you four background colors, four font types, and 6 text sizes. I'd rather choose my own than choose what they've restricted me to. All in all, the problem is Instapaper, not this extension. The extension is simple, great, creative, and works well (especially considering this isn't officially made by Instapaper) but only really serves to highlight the inadequacies of Instapaper.
  • (2013-03-15) Brian Enigma: It's simple and no-frills, but it does exactly what it says it does, with no trouble or fuss, which is exactly what I was looking for.


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4.7 (6 votes)
Last update / version
2015-08-26 / 0.3
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