Readability Updated To Support Multi-Page Articles

Where’s that damn stapler?

Today, we’re updating our Readability bookmarklet with one of the most requested features since its release. Now, when you click on Readability while viewing an article that spans multiple pages, it will show a readable view of the entire article. We’ve found this update to work effectively on nearly all popular sites.

We’ve also included some minor fixes and enhancements in this release, including a subtle user experience enhancement: paging through the text with the space bar now triggers a smoother (and slightly slower) scroll, making it a bit easier to keep track of your place in the article.

You do not need to reinstall the bookmarklet to take advantage of these new features. The update will propagate automatically. If you run into articles that Readability fails to parse properly or run into any other issues, be sure to let us know.