CBS) - Reading articles online has become part of our daily lives, so the software development company Evernote created a Google Chrome extension that creates a Zen-like experience.
Released yesterday, Clearly is an Chrome extension the strips a webpage down to only text and images on a solid background. And if you're reading a multipage article, Clearly collects the entire article on one page.
You can choose from three presets that have varying fonts and background colors. It's an amazing tool if you spend all day in front of a computer reading articles. More information is available at Evernote.
Evernote is a desktop client that lets you save files, text, web clips and images through their software, the web or mobile app. The company launched in Jan. 2008 and is based in Mountain View, Calif.
Here's what a sample article looks like before: