The Safari browser on iPhone and iPad offers an option to switch to reader mode for the text to be displayed in a simplified format.
The readers modified automatically disable the ads and unwanted design elements, which can cause a distraction while reading.
You can customize the background color, font, and text size in reader-view mode.
In this guide, we have shared the steps to enable the reading view in Apple Safari on iPhone and iPad.
Enabling the Reader View in Safari on iPhone
You can easily enable the reader’s view with a single tap on the Show Reader View within the URL bar. Here are the steps to enable:
- Launch the Safari app on iPhone or iPad.
- Open the website URL that you want to request to show the reader view
- Tap on the AA icon within the URL bar.
- From the available list, select the Show Reader View option.
It will enable the readers to view any textual content or blog post within the Safari browser, including news websites.
For better readability, you can customize the display text size, font type, and background color.
You can quickly turn off the reader’s view from the same option where you’ve enabled it. It will switch back to normal website mode.
We can enable the reader view for text-heavy page and customize the background color and fonts and adjust the font size.
The reading mode removes the ads and other design customization, making it clean to read.
Similarly, you can enable the reader view for site in Safari on Mac. The browser offers the option to change the background color, font, and text size in reader mode.
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