Readability is an app that erases all of the clutter and distraction from your articles on the web so that you can read more comfortably. It is available as a browser extension, on your smartphone, and can be integrated with the Kindle. All of those annoying ads that pop up when you’re trying to scroll through an article? Gone.
It is kind of sad that the web has gotten so cluttered that there has to be an app to unclutter it.
Readability recently released a mobile version of its software for the Kindle called Kindlebility. You can snip your articles and send it to your Kindle for later, on the train or by the pool. Great for those who don’t want to be chained to the computer all the time. The Kindle is also a much more comfortable reading experience than the computer is because of lighting.
The Kindle is also good fit for this app because it already is a text driven device, and even though we have the Special Offers Kindles, they don’t interfere with reading directly. The downside of Readability is that it is a subscription based service. However, it is a great way to support the writers. E-readers and online content is certainly changing the face of publishing and writer compensation.
There are a lot of people who don’t enjoy reading a whole book, or enjoy reading in general. However, they do still read articles and stay up with the latest news. So, Kindlebility reaches out to the “nonreader” audience.
You can download Kindlebility for your Kindle here.