Evernote Launches Clearly For Cleaner Article Reading [News]

Evernote Logo 300x300   Evernote Launches Clearly For Cleaner Article Reading [News]Evernote, the highly popular note-taking platform, is taking their service to another level with a new service that allows users to store an article and read it later in a clean, ad-free way. This is very similar to the service offered by Instapaper, but wrapped in your already existing Evernote account. It’s a great idea, and one that I have always wished Evernote had.

It’s a simple browser plug-in available for Google Chrome right now, and soon for Mozilla Firefox. It takes the article you want to read and gives it a very Kindle-type feel in how neat and clutter free the article is. As an Evernote user myself, this is exactly what I was looking for.

Normally, when you clip an article into Evernote it does not always grab it very cleanly, and for me, it would often miss parts of the article all together. With Clearly, that is no longer an issue as it snags the article quickly, and makes it easily available from anywhere I can get access to my Evernote account.

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Source: Cnet

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Matthew

Or if you use a Mac, just press this button. http://cl.ly/39193W461r1U2l283I3Y

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Deekshith Allamaneni

I am using Readability (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/readability/?src=search) addon on Firefox. Is “clearly” the same as it or any different?

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Dave LeClair

It is similar, in that they both remove the extras, but clearly syncs with Evernote, so it’s catered to users of that service.

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Joshua

Very nice little extension for Chrome. Works like a charm…

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Anonymous

This is now available for Firefox and it is Fan-freakin-tastic.