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Readability Bookmarklet Makes Cluttered Websites More “Readable”

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We introduced you to Bookmarklets on the BlackBerry last week and since then I have been trying different ones to see how things go. The latest one I have found that I really like is a Bookmarklet from Readability that converts complex websites into something that is much easier on the eyes. I read TheWeek.com often on my BlackBerry and they don’t have a mobile website which makes reading the site a pain. The readability plugin fixes that by just leaving the content without all of the zooming.

You can add the Readability Bookmarklet to your BlackBerry by hovering over this link, pressing the menu button, and then selecting “Add link to Bookmarks”. Next time you want to make a site more “readable” just click the “K” Bookmarks shortcut key in the browser or open up the bookmarks in the menu and select the Readability bookmark. You can find more details about the readability bookmarklet here.

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  1. O… M…. G…!!!!! BerryReview, you have just made my day!!!!!!!!! -is in love- tho it seems more like lust….. But for realz!!!! Awesome!!!!!!!

    BerryReview….where dreams come true…..

  2. Is this for a Torch? Not getting the script code…..

    • @Hawkeye when they say to ‘hover over the text and press ur menu button’ that didn’t work for me either. I got a bookedmarked BerryReview article. BUT when you hover over the area press and hold down ur track pad and then pick ADD bookmark it works! From there open a site, then when in the site go thru ur bookmarks when on desired page and open it there for the function to work. :)

  3. Bookmarked.

  4. Is it work for Storm 9500??

  5. Works great – thank you! It works on desktop browsers too!

  6. Works with my Torch : )

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