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iPhone is an amazing phone, time and again, it introduces features that leave its users in awe. Some say, Google Chrome is the best browser, one will ever come across, but we are sure that an iPhone user will think otherwise. iPhone users believe Safari to be the best browser, or at least most of them do, including us. Nonetheless, Safari does open a number of amazing facilities and with every update, new and better features are added.

With Safari browsing is a simple and elegant. You can easily save files for offline reading, add bookmarks, save photos and whatnot. Recently, we have come across another interesting feature of Safari i.e. the Reader Mode. It is exactly the thing a reader would want. In this article, we are going to teach you how to use this amazing Reader mode in Safari on your iPhone.

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How to use Reader Mode in Safari on your iPhone:

With Readers Mode enabled in Safari, you can read as many web pages as you like without any distractions. Turning off readers mode ensure that only the photos and text is left on the web page, the rest is removed. This makes it very easy for someone who just wants to focus on reading the texting and not on other distractions that are available on the web page. So, here is the way through which you can enable and enjoy the Reader mode in Safari on your iPhone.

  • First thing first, you need to start with launching the Safari app on your iPhone.
  • Then go to the page that you want to read without being getting distracted.
  • Once you are there, look for the three lines icon. It is usually present on the left side of the URL bar. Tap on this icon, and from there you need to search for Reader mode. Once, you find it, simply enable the mode.

Note: An important thing to remember is that a reader mode is not compatible with every website and is not available on home pages.

That is, it, now you can enjoy reading your article without any distraction. There are many who are unaware of this mode, but we can assure you it is the perfect thing for enhance and improve your reading experience on Safari.

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