This is Spdr (pronounced “Speeder”), a speed reading media player. It uses a cool technique to display words one by one in rapid succession. This little trick actually enables you to read faster. Simply copy and paste any text, toggle your preferred settings, and hold down on the screen. Spdr is available for iPhone and is completely free. Enjoy!
Flash is a FREE speed reading app that allows you to read large texts fast by flashing words one by one. You can read up to 1000 words / min using this technique.
The app is inspired by an iOS app Spdr.
Spdr is the Swiss Army knife of reading apps. Reading 10,000 words a day is just as important as taking 10,000 steps, and Spdr makes that possible. Try Spdr for free to see if it works for you. Upgrade to Spdr Pro for a low one-time fee. Import ebooks, PDFs, & docs. Open from Apple News, Notes & browsers. No subscription. No signup. No hassle.
Readlax - Speed Reading Platform. Enjoy reading your favorite books and train speed reading skill at the same time. Readlax Chrome Extension has full integration with Scribd and Google Books, Kindle Cloud Reader.
An opinionated take on what should be a simple, minimal, but efficient reading app, for people who declared Pocket/Instapaper bankruptcy.
It only shows the first article in your queue, forces you to decide whether to read or archive the pages you saved, one at a time, and encourages you to let go of the old articles you procrastinate reading.
Wordpress Read Time is a free Chrome Extension which tells you how long does it take to read your blog posts. Use this to make sure you don't write content which is too lengthy or too short. To use it, simply install the extension and start writing or editing your Wordpress blog posts!
|Read| is an app that helps people increase their reading speed and efficiency by using their peripheral vision. It does this by employing a well known speed reading technique of drawing lines down the page one or two words from the margin for the reader to read between. With fewer words to fixate on, reading speed increases. More from Tim Ferriss.