macOS High Sierra – Reader can now be set as default mode

Reader has mostly languished over the past few years, but in iOS 11 and MacOS High Sierra it’s back in the spotlight, and it’s gotten a wide-reaching upgrade. You can now set Reader as the default mode for “every web article that supports it,” which will potentially turn a lot of articles into something that looks more like a PDF than graphics-laden web page. (Previously, you had to first load the site and then toggle into Reader, which at least gave ads a chance to show up before you bid them adieu.)

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