Mercury Reader link: https://mercury.postlight.com/reader/
Eye strain, eye fatigue, eye pain, call it as you like but I promise you this: From now your eyes will never again hurt while reading text on a computer screen.
How is this possible you might ask. Well, all you need is an add-on that will make your life much better by transforming a website like this in something more eye friendly like this.
Watch this first episode of What-the-app series and you will thank me later.
The problem with most websites is that they often appear on a blank white background and for some of us this cause eye pain often in a very short time. But worry no more, this is a problem that is so easy to fix. There are many tools that can help us out, and I will cover them in the future, so be sure you subscribe to this channel.
In this video I will show you the first method. If it happens that your internet browser is Google Chrome, go and search for Mercury Reader or type mercury.postlight.com/reader and you will be lead to this webpage, where you can install the Mercury Reader add-on to the Chrome browser.
Just hit the 'Add to Chrome' Button to activate it and you will get its icon here on the top-left side.
When you land on your favorite website, open an article that you would like to read, go hit this button so the website gets unclustered and the last step is to click on this little wheel here to access the transforming settings. (open Medium.com article & http://www.businessinsider.com/tesla-may-not-be-able-to-afford-to-make-model-3-2017-1) I want to read this article on Medium.com, hence I want my text to be Large with serifs and most importantly I want a dark theme that will drastically reduce the eye fatigue. This is much better than the original webpage, now I can read for hours with no impediment.
This app works best on single articles, so be sure to not use it on a website that's just an image gallery like a portfolio or a youtube page, but you will be notified i…