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How to enable Reader View on Google Chrome app for Android


If you read a lot of articles on your Android device, and wish to read them in Reader view, also known as Simplified View on Google Chrome app, here’s how to enable this option.

1. Open Google Chrome app on your Android device.
2. Tap the 3 dots to open the Menu.
3. Tap on Settings.
4. Tap on Accessibility.
5. Enable “Simplified view for web pages”.
6. Refresh your tab to see the changes. You should be prompted with an option to view the article in Simplified view. Tap on View to do just that.

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