Have you ever been reading an article and thought, "This doesn't have nearly enough cats in it"? Well, have no fear, because this common problem has just been fixed.
A new app called InstaCats, a Chrome extension that you can install to your browser, inserts pictures of cats sporadically throughout any article you're reading. You can also drag the app to your bookmark bar and open it directly from there instead. The point of the app is to break up long, text-heavy pieces with adorable doses of cats.
Although, let's face it - the app doesn't really need to have a point. Who wouldn't want to see pictures of cats inserted into everything they consume online?
On the InstaCats website under "what would I use this for," the creator writes, "technical training manuals, software licensing instructions, nuclear launch guides and more." Exactly. This is perfect for all of those nuclear launch guides you find yourself reading on the daily.
Whatever you decide to use it for, InstaCats is the future of online article reading - at least, lets hope so. Because, come on. Cats.