AutoPager provides an interesting service to those reading Web sites with multiple page links. With simple directions and excellent results, it could change the way people surf the Web.
AutoPager's interface is practically invisible, which we like. It embeds itself within Mozilla's Firefox Web browser. We had to briefly use its command options, but most of its operation is automatic: You can seamlessly scroll through a multipage Web article; the program simply asks you for permission to do so. It comes in handy when reading news stories since it inserts few or no pauses or breaks between pages. In testing, it only made one page break in a large series of pages, and no data or images were missing from the original article. AutoPager provides plenty of special features, too, many of which are for customizing the reader itself. However, we never got to try out most of these tools and options because the default settings met our needs perfectly. This is an exciting program with its excellent results that will save you time and cut down the hassle of navigating through multiple Web pages just to read a single article.
AutoPager is freeware. Its simple layout and smooth fusion of Web pages make it a great program that we highly recommend.