Dark Reader Makes the Web Easier on the Eyes
Dark Reader is a blessing for your eyes. If you, like me, have trouble reading black text on bright white screens at night, then Dark Reader will be a blessing for your eyes too.
Dark Reader is a web browser extension that lets you change the color theme of websites from bright and/or white to dark mode instantly. And you can turn it off just as easily as well.
Dark Reader is available free for Chrome, the new Microsoft Edge and Firefox. If you’re a Mac user using the Safari browser, Dark Reader will cost you $4.99.
As I get older I find that I can read text better in dark mode especially when reading at night. Dark mode means less eye strain, easier reading, and I think it is just easier on the eyes. My eyes at least.
Dark Reader not only lets you view most websites in dark mode, but also gives you options to adjust contrast, change page fonts, font boldness, add a bit of sepia-tone to any dark-mode page and more.
Dark Reader’s icon in the browser’s extensions bar. Shown above in the new Edge.
Dark Reader gives you plenty of settings option to make sure you get the most comfortable reading experience.
Above… an article on our InfoAve website rendered dark by Dark Reader.
Above & below: An article on USA Today’s website made easier to read with Dark Reader.
And even easier to read by changing the font using Dark Reader’s settings options.
The Dark Reader browser extension works in Google Chrome, the new Microsoft Edge, Firefox and Safari.
Head over to https://DarkReader.org and get the Dark Reader extension for your favorite browser. It’s free for Chrome, Edge, and Firefox.
Safari users, you’ll have to shell out $4.99.