Read 💩 Faster

Speed read articles w/o compromising your comprehension

4.3/5
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Read 💩 Faster is a web app that allows you to drastically increase your WPM without compromising your reading comprehension. Rather than reading left-to-right, you're reading one word at a time as each word flashes on your screen.
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Digital Marketer

It will be a good practice if you create an extension for browsers that will parse pages and help you read it.

Pros:

It really improves your reading speed

Cons:

It's harder to analize numbers and statistics then words that flashing before you.

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Sakun
Maker
Working on things
Hey thanks for your feedback! I'll look into improving it over the next few days, I can see how it'd be useful. Definitely have been considering making a browser add-on as well :)
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@sakunacharige Looking forward to Chrome extension. :)
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Sakun
Maker
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Not a new idea (https://www.spritz.com/ has few years), but nice to see another solution, when its free. However, it requires some work: - End of sentences should be a little more delayed, to logically end some thought. - Highlighting "middle" letter improves readability (like spritz do)
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Sakun
Maker
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@vorthess Yeah there are some other products that virtually do the same thing. Those are good points, I'll take those into account when pushing out a new update soon, thanks! :)
CEO/Founder

The test was really interesting. Looking forward to using it more.

Pros:

A good simple solution.

Cons:

None at this time.

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CEO of GiftHub

Nothing more

Pros:

Overall it's good, it seems I was really reading faster than usual

Cons:

My eyes became tired really quick. Can you do smth with it?

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Sakun
Maker
Working on things
You can always click the pause button for a quick break :). It might be possible to add some sort of auto-pausing feature where you can configure when (after x amount of words read) to stop and resume (after x amount of seconds). Feel free to chip in with other ideas though.