Ever wanted to read an article on HBR or NYTimes and were asked to sign in? And once you sign in, you know you can’t read more than a certain amount of articles. For e.g. NYTimes will allow you to read only 10 articles a month.
Use Evernote Clearly. It’ll magically clean everything up and give you a clean interface to read the article in, with gorgeous typography.
You can even use it to read on websites that have one too many ads. (That’s, of course, if you don’t use AdBlock.) Besides, you can save to Evernote, highlight portions of articles, change the look and feel. If you’re an Evernote pro subscriber, it’ll even read the article out to you.
Get it from http://evernote.com/clearly/
P.S. I’m really itching to see these extensions on mobile. Google are you listening.
P.P.S. I work in a company that helps publishers improve their bottom lines. *awkward silence*