Remove Paywall works by finding archived versions of a website. These archived pages do not have a paywall
and allow readers to get the article without having to pay or being forced to log in.
Works on New York Times, Washington Post, Bloomberg, Harvard Business review and dozens more.
No need to pay for multiple subscriptions to read your favorite articles. Simply use the Remove Paywall Chrome Extension.
If you are not satisfied, you can get a full refund within 30 days of purchase.
As the name suggests we remove paywalls from articles to allow users to get the article without paying or logging in. All you have to do is enter the URL of the article into the search bar.
I am tired of being recommended an article just to be hit by a paywall or a login page. In my opinion, they clickbait the user to go on their site and it seems unfair.
We are constantly working on adding new sites and improving the paywall remover. The website works by finding an archived version of a page, so it is hard to tell. Currently, I have tested the website on a little over a hundred different news websites including NYtimes, Washington Post, and Harvard Business Review. However, most websites do archive their articles. This means that ideally, this should work for most sites. Of course, if there is an issue please report it so we can fix it.
There are two types of paywalls that block articles: hard paywalls and soft paywalls. The difference is that soft paywalls are used to cover the article, but the article is on the page. Hard paywalls do not have the article until the user pays. This means that there is no way to see the article unless you pay. One example of this is TechCrunch premium articles. The best way to know would be to test the article and see if the paywall is removed. If not it is most likely a hard paywall that cannot be removed.