How to customize Chrome reading mode for Android | Browsers

How to customize Chrome reading mode for Android | Browsers

Chrome for Android it has a reading mode, which makes the pages more comfortable on the cell phone. With the feature, it is possible to read texts without hassle, still with the ability to personalize the visualization, changing colors, font and size of words.

Although it is quite simple to use, the reading mode needs to be activated in the browser settings. In the following tutorial, see the step by step to enable the option on your smartphone and learn how to use all your settings, including the dark theme, ideal for reading at night.

Reading mode: Google Chrome feature also allows you to change the font of the pages; see as Photo: Ana Marques / dnetcReading mode: Google Chrome feature also allows you to change the font of the pages; see as Photo: Ana Marques / dnetc

Reading mode: Google Chrome feature also allows you to change the font of the pages; see as Photo: Ana Marques / dnetc

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How to activate reading mode

Step 1. Access Chrome normally and tap the three-point button at the top of the screen. Then go to "Settings".

First, access your browser settings Foto: Reproduo / Fernando TellesFirst, access your browser settings Foto: Reproduo / Fernando Telles

First, access your browser settings Foto: Reproduo / Fernando Telles

Step 2. Now in the settings, go to "Accessibility". On the next screen, check the "Simplified view" option and return to the main page.

To enable reading mode, check the "Simplified view" option Photo: Reproduo / Fernando TellesTo enable reading mode, check the "Simplified view" option Photo: Reproduo / Fernando Telles

To enable reading mode, check the "Simplified view" option Photo: Reproduo / Fernando Telles

Step 3. Now it is necessary to access any web page with text is a matter of dnetc, for example. If the page accessed supports simplified viewing, the smartphone displays a warning at the bottom of the screen. Touch the item to view the content in reading mode.

The warning will only be displayed if the page supports simplified viewing Photo: Reproduo / Fernando TellesThe warning will only be displayed if the page supports simplified viewing Photo: Reproduo / Fernando Telles

The warning will only be displayed if the page supports simplified viewing Photo: Reproduo / Fernando Telles

How to customize reading mode

Step 1. With the reading mode already activated, it is possible to change the appearance. To do this, touch the three-point button in the corner of the screen again. Then select "Appearance".

Proceed to the reading mode appearance settings Photo: Reproduction / Fernando TellesProceed to the reading mode appearance settings Photo: Reproduction / Fernando Telles

Proceed to the reading mode appearance settings Photo: Reproduction / Fernando Telles

Step 2. Now, you can customize the reading mode. It is possible to leave the white background, in "Claro", black, in "Escuro", or in yellow tones, in "Spia". In this example, we will use the dark theme.

  You can choose between the themes "Claro", "Escuro" and "Spia" Photo: Reproduo / Fernando Telles  You can choose between the themes "Claro", "Escuro" and "Spia" Photo: Reproduo / Fernando Telles

You can choose between the themes "Claro", "Escuro" and "Spia" Photo: Reproduo / Fernando Telles

Step 3. In this same window, the settings shown below allow you to change the size and font of the written content. After customizing the page to your preference, tap the "Back" button to save the settings.

When you have finished making adjustments, tap the back button to view the content Photo: Reproduo / Fernando TellesWhen you have finished making adjustments, tap the back button to view the content Photo: Reproduo / Fernando Telles

When you have finished making adjustments, tap the back button to view the content Photo: Reproduo / Fernando Telles

Ready! From now on, you already know how to use all the features of reading mode in Chrome.

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