'The future of grey matters'

Doing the research on your news so you don't have to.

Find out how below:
Get more informed while you read news articles, through a critical thinking Chrome Extension  

Stay on top of bias in news, using state-of-the-art 'Thinkr Prompts’, which guide you

A comprehensive tool to help you decipher truth in fake news and misinformation in the post truth era

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What do people say about Thinkrs?

"Even though they often claim it, the media is never objective. Everything is always written from a certain perspective which colors the message. Thinkrs equips you with quick tools to do some background research to expose this perspective, which would otherwise simply be too time expensive for the regular reader. It's a promising and highly necessary product!"

Critical thinking methodology

Our verified methodology lists a process to help you think critically when reading a news article.

'thinkr prompts' with a click

Our extension detects and presents context cues to strengthen your reading experience, in seconds.

Continuous improvement

Voting on bias in articles improves our methodology and algorithm, as we engage more experts on an ongoing basis

What are


We consulted a diverse range of experts to decide on the most important information to get closer to truth in news and improve critical thinking skills. 

For our launch, we have chosen four useful prompts from our list, to help. 

These include:

1/ Recency of an article

2/ News vs opinion

3/ Mainstream media comparison
4/ Media organisation information:
a) ownership
b) political spectrum
c) partisan bias

Compatible with 27 news websites, 11 US & 16 Australian 

Newspaper on LG G5

More to come!



Whitepaper available now. 

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for live updates on our extension, discuss our critical thinking methodology, news and suggest other prompts to consider!

Share it around

Your support in sharing our extension, methodology and community to news readers in your network, helps us all fight misinformation and provide clarity faster

Share your feedback

Use our extension and vote when you read articles online. Tell us what you enjoy, what you think should be improved and highlight examples of blatant bias when you see them  


 Dan - Co-Founder

Chamira - Co-Founder

Melissa - Co-Founder

Jay - Co-Founder

Anth - Co-Founder


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Alexis Papazoglou
siri Gamage
Vaibhav Namburi


Your feedback is most valuable to us.

We welcome contributors who can advise from a critical thinking perspective, to hone our methodology and Thinkr Prompts.

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