Evernote has released an extension for the Chrome web browser called Clearly. Clearly’s main purpose is to strip out the non-essential extras on web pages, and leave behind the article and images. In other words, you won’t see any ads, menus, and sidebars that a lot of webpages tend to have when you use clearly.
Clearly can be easily accessed by clicking on a lamp icon that’s located next to the wrench in Chrome after it’s installed. The new, stripped down page then slides over from the left of the screen. The animation is fairly smooth as well.
You can also choose to change the look of the pages Clearly generates. You can switch between newsprint, notable and night owl themes. The font can also be changed to small, medium and large.
Clearly can even take clips from articles and upload them to your Evernote account. Those clips can then be viewed from any device that has an Evernote app installed.