The TLDR Plug-in is the Best for Efficiency

By: Amanda Myers - Published: Dec 17, 2012 • References: stremor
Even the best of Web users stumble upon a fascinating page only to realize that it is way longer than expected, and after fruitless attempts at skimming, are unable to harness enough focus to comprehend it all -- if this is you, you need the TLDR Plug-In.

The technology analysts at Stremor understand that as lazy Internet browsers, the Web generation's time is valuable, and thus have developed the 'Too long; didn't read' (TLDR) plug-in for Chrome, Safari and Firefox. This plug-in shortens the text of any Web page to a desirable length, eliminating repetitive phrases producing a concise version.

So the next time you find yourself overwhelmed by an excessive amount of text, leave it to TLDR to let you know if you’ve fallen victim to a misleading headline or one that is truly of interest. Stats for Auto-Excerpt Web Apps Trending: Older & Mild
Research: 330 clicks in 180 w
Interest: 0.5 minutes
Concept: TLDR Plug-in
Related: 52 examples / 40 photos
Segment: Neutral, 12-35
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