We review popular iOS and Android speed reading apps
What are the best speed reading apps for iPad, iPhone, Mac and Android devices? A review of 8 professional apps for a faster reading experience.
Based on Spritz technology, the Wear Reader™ app allows you to speed read documents on your Apple Watch or similar Android wearables. Learn about the highlights and features in this review.
Syllable is a speed reading app for iOS to teach you techniques on your iPhone and iPad. It syncs with Instapaper and Pocket. The app is particularly suitable for users wanting to improve and boast their book reading skills. A review.
Should you combine the popular Spreeder RSVP reader with an online course to learn reading digital content even faster? Our Spreeder review will show you.
RushReader is a Spritz technology powered app specially developed to enhance reading efficacy. Skim and read digital documents and material. We review it here.
iOS app to speed read webpages, Readability or Instapaper reading lists. What are the benefits? Will it suit you? Read our review!
ReadMe! is an eBook reader app for iOS and Android with integrated Spritz technology and eBook library to effectively process digital content. Read our review to see if it can help skim through your library.
ReadKit for Mac allows to read and bookmark articles at a later time, and have content synchronized from other apps and saved in one single place. A brief review.
An introduction to the Reading Trainer app which aims to improve reading speed and retention. Available for most mobile devices and systems.
A review of the QuickReader eBook reader app for iPhone, iPad. Highlight is a vast catalog of eBooks combined with speed reading functions to process them fast.
With Pocket you can save articles, images and other multimedia content from other apps for later viewing.
Outread is a Speed Reading Trainer for iOS, iPhone, iPad to quickly read through your online and offline reading lists by using a highlighting marker.
Instapaper is a popular app for reading and managing web based contents at a later stage with easy access on desktops, laptops and mobile devices.
This is a curated list of 25 Dyslexia apps and tools that will be useful to children and students, but also for their parents and teachers. Enjoy!
What are the best read it later apps to save, bookmark and organize content on desktop and mobile devices? A compilation of 13 smart tools.
The AceReader iPad App uses the award-winning reading improvement software, AceReader, and is particularly designed for mobile use. Read our review.
Acceleread is a speed reading trainer for iPad and iPhone that utilizes several techniques to boost greater reading rates. Read our app review here.
Accelerator (formerly Velocity) is an iOS compatible speed reading app that you can run iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch. What else does it do?
A list with 19 fun dyslexia games and apps for iOS, Android and PC. Tackle reading disabilities the fun way.