Readability for Chrome. Now fully customizable!
Give your browsing an edge! Readability is a tool designed by arc90.
In their words:
"Readability is a simple tool that makes reading on the Web more enjoyable by removing the cluter around what you're reading."
+ Added missing icons to the repo
+ Updated to Readability r164
+ Removed needless console comments
+ New icon set by Pete Fairhurst.
+ As context menu functionality isn't supported in stable Google Chrome, I had to remove it.
+ Minor bugfix.
+ Now works with local files (if it isn't working, check out chrome://extensions and set "Allow access to file URLs")
+ Support for context menus (sadly they don't work with local files, and the hack I've used with the browser action is moot here)
+ Key shortcut updates should take an effect immediately after saving.
+ RR can be launched from another extensions (see HACKING).
+ A lil' code reorganization.
+ Support for Readability 1.7.1 (multi-page support)
+ Support for Readability 1.6 r147 (links-to-footnotes conversion)
+ Keyboard shortcuts, finally!
If you'd like to contribute, check out http://github.com/MHordecki/readability-redux/