Fortunately, Apple has a feature in Safari that allows to skip all this automatically ( in addition to others to protect us from annoying advertising ). This is the Safari Reader mode, with this browser clean of distractions content. Let ‘s see how to turn it on iOS and MacOS for websites you want.
Safari for iOS has a nifty built-in “Reader” feature that’s designed to allow Safari users to read online articles with a distraction-free design that tucks away ads and other visual clutter on supported sites.
Enables automatic reader Safari on your iPhone or iPad
Activate the automatic reader Safari on an iPhone or iPad does not require going through the browser settings. Just you need to follow these simple steps:
- Open Safari and go to the web where you want to activate the reader.
- Enters an item and hold the reader’s button located top left, right next to the name of the web.
- You will see how a menu identical to that shown in the third capture appears.
- Choose the option you want: websites all or only website where you are.
And that ‘s it. With this option, Safari activates the read view whenever it is available on the website where you are.
Enables automatic reader Safari on your Mac
In Safari for Mac, you can also make use of this feature. In fact, there is a way to activate that is identical to the IOS . Go to a web article, click, hold down the button reading view and select the appropriate option.
The easiest way to enable Reader View in Safari on Mac is to click the Reader View button in the URL text field in your browser window. It’s on the left side of the URL text field.
There is also a slightly more complicated way, but it allows you to choose where to activate automatically from the websites you visit frequently. Follow these steps:
- Access Preferences in Mac Safari.
- Go to the Websites tab, Reader section.
- Here you will see a list of the frequent web where you can activate this mode.
- Choose the ones you want and close the preferences.
From now on, the view of the reader automatically appears on websites you’ve chosen . You can also activate default on any website on the same menu by activating the option “When visiting other websites”.