Reader’s digest dark mode

Reader's Digest is not like any other site online. The articles at Reader's Digest are thought provoking and they cover topics that other sites don't. People who visit Reader's Digest do so because they want to read articles that aren't like anything they will find elsewhere. Reader's Digest has a long track record of delivering high-quality articles and stories that are not like what anyone else is producing.

Reader's Digest has a history like no other site

Some of you might tote around Reader's Digest wherever you go. However, most of you will get your Reader's Digest fix via their website. DeWitt Wallace started Reader's Digest all the way back in 1922. The changes in the magazine have been such that he couldn't have imagined it. Reader's Digest still exists in magazine form, but most people read the site, and circulation isn't what it used to be. It makes sense that people would rather read the online version of Reader's Digest since it's so much easier to access.

The Reader's Digest site poses a problem that isn't unique

The white background on Reader's Digest poses all kinds of problems for its readers. First off, the white background is hard on the eyes. Also, readers have a difficult time focusing on the content since it's so hard to read it. If you hit the back button when reading Reader's Digest, you're not alone. Many people face the same struggles that you do when trying to read a site with such a bright white background.

A couple clicks, and you're good to go

Night Eye is so easy to use, and you only need to click your mouse a couple of times. What Night Eye does is, it makes Reader's Digest show up in dark mode. The white background is replaced by a dark background that makes reading so much easier. Your eyes won't hurt, and you'll be able to finish an entire article when using Night Eye. The impact that using Night Eye will have on your internet reading will be enormous. Everyday white screens make it next to impossible for you to enjoy Reader's Digest and other sites like it. The solution is Night Eye, and it works like a charm.

The simplicity of Night Eye is what's so stunning

Going from a white background to dark mode is easy when using Night Eye. Switching to dark mode takes a second or two at the most. After you're in dark mode, you can read as many Reader's Digest articles as possible. Better yet, you can read articles on other sites too. The magic of dark mode is that it transfers all sites with white or light backgrounds and turns it into something that you can read.

Click, enjoy, repeat

That's the Night Eye experience in a nutshell. Using it is simple, and it doesn't take a brain surgeon to figure it out. You'll use Night Eye every day to reclaim sites like Reader's Digest and make use of others that have been impossible to read up until now. The transformation from white to dark happens flawlessly, and it makes the content easy to consume.

Preview of Reader's Digest dark mode by Night Eye

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Install Night Eye dark mode now

No credit card, no names, nothing is required - install Night Eye on your preferred browser and enjoy it completely for free for 3 months. Subsequently, you can stick with the free Lite version or subscribe for $9 per year. You can see for yourself how this dark mode browser extension can help you fight with eye strains.