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Reading List

A Chrome and Firefox extension for saving pages to read later. Free on the Chrome Web Store and Firefox Addons.

Chrome Reading List extension


  • Nifty animations
  • Search
  • Syncing with Google/Mozilla accounts
  • A light and dark theme


Get it from the Chrome Web Store or Firefox Addons for free.


Or, if you would rather do it the hard way, you can build the extension from the source code:

  1. Make sure you have Node and NPM installed
  2. Download/clone this repo
  3. Install all the dependencies:
    # From the project folder
    npm install
  4. Run the build command:
    npm run build [chrome/firefox]

The build command assembles all the files in the dist folder. After it’s built, you can load it into Chrome or Firefox.

Load into Chrome

  1. Go to chrome://extensions/
  2. Check “Developer Mode”
  3. Click “Load unpacked extension…”
  4. Load up the “dist” folder

Load into Firefox

  1. Go to about:addons
  2. Select “Extensions”
  3. Click the settings cog, and select “Install Add-on From File…”
  4. Load up the “dist” folder

Using the extension

  1. Go to a page you want to save for later
  2. Click the reading list icon on the top right of your browser Chrome Reading List icon
  3. Click the + button
    • You can also right-click anywhere on the page and select “Add page to Reading List”
  4. When you want to read a page you saved, open up the extension and click the reading item you want to read
    • Control + click or command ⌘/windows key ⊞ + click to open the page in a new tab
  5. Done with a page? Click the × next to said page in your reading list, and it will magically vanish.
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