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DON'T LET SLOW READING HOLD YOU BACK<br><br>If you’re like most people, you have a lot of books you want to read, training you need to complete, and information you need to “stay on top of”. <br>In today’s society, we’re confronted with information overload. There are so many things we wish we could read and remember. At Spreeder, we’ve worked with the world’s leading experts to make reading faster, easier, and more enjoyable. With Spreeder you can take control of information overload, save time, and be more productive in life.<br><br>YOUR SUPER-PRODUCTIVE "SPEED E-READER"<br><br>We spent thousands of hours fine-tuning Spreeder so you can easily read at 3 or more times your normal speed.<br>Power through all your reading material in a fraction of the time, become smarter, and save valuable time.<br><br>REMOVE BAD READING HABITS AUTOMATICALLY<br><br>Spreeder eliminates your bad reading habits such as subvocablization and regression. So you read everything faster, online and offline. You comprehend more and learn up to 3x faster. Be a super-productive learning machine and watch your career skyrocket.<br><br>ALL YOUR READING IN YOUR SPEEDER CLOUD LIBRARY<br><br>Instantly add anything to your Spreeder cloud library, speed read anywhere, and save hours per day. Spreeder<br>remembers your position in every book, web page, and document you’re reading so come back to it anytime. <br><br>SYNCS ACROSS IPHONE, IPAD, DESKTOP, AND WEB<br><br>Spreeder stores everything in the cloud and all your devices automatically stay in sync. You get unlimited installs <br>on all iPhone, iPad, Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome. Start reading on one device, and continue right where you <br>left off on the next. <br><br>TRACK YOUR PROGRESS AND FEEL REWARDED<br><br>Spreeder is the only reading system to track your reading so you can see your improvement. You get detailed reports on the time<br>you spend, your reading speed, and how things change over time. You can see your progress and feel motivated and rewarded.
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While there are some things I would change, Spreeder is the best speed reading app I have tried - and I have tried many. Its clean design and interface are excellent. I also enjoy the straightforward and easy customization (i.e. font, size, speed, number of words, etc). Prior to three days ago, my only criticism would have been in the form of a request: please allow users to save their customized settings (i.e. font, letter size, speed, number of words, etc). However, that minor criticism has been overshadowed by a much bigger problem. I haven’t been able to log in for the past three days. I receive an error message that simply says “Error Occurred: Something’s not right. Please try again later.” Well, now it is three days later, and it is still not working. At this point, I have not had any response to my customer service inquiry. I sincerely hope this bug can be fixed soon as a truly enjoy using this app. Notwithstanding the login issue, I will provisionally give a four-star rating based upon the underlying merit of the app -when functioning properly. However, if I do not receive a helpful response from customer support within a reasonable amount of time, I will definitely reconsider the rating. On the flip side, if the app developers fix the issue, and add the ability to customize user settings, then this app is definitely the best speed reading app in iOS and deserving of a five-star rating.
This app is definitely helping improve my reading speed. The drills that it offers are very helpful and the ability to import all of my books and other files is great! The only thing holding me back from giving five stars at this time is a lack of app wide dark mode (unless i’ve just missed it). Staring at a bright screen while reading or doing drills is tiring on the eyes. There is the ability to make the reading screen background black with white text, but there is still a bright border surrounding it, and while training a white screen pops up between sessions that becomes even more straining when my eyes have become used to the dark area. If a dark mode was incorporated I would, at the moment, believe this to be a five star app. It is already worth the price.
I love the concept of this app - it takes away the physically limitation of moving my eyes to chase down words. The app can input sources easily from URL or text documents and there is a library of around 27k books to search from. However, here comes the negatives: There are no search perimeters. It prompts you to start typing and you have to guess what books will show up. The developer needs to improve on search results. The app is also very slow to respond, ironically, and sort of throws me off my game when I'm in a fast kind of mood. But once you're starting the text and you don't need to switch screens it is find. I wish the ability to increase and decrease reading speed (like on the demo on the website) was able more easily accessible while reading. The arrows that I thought would do it on the bottom instead just move the words once at a time - which if you're reading at 800wpm is not very helpful at all. Having the arrows change the speed seems more intuitive to me. Those are my chief complaints. One suggestion I could recommend would be the ability to change the text color and background color. A white background can be more straining than a muted yellow, for instance. But the ability to have people change it to their preference would be cool. I thought this app cost money though! And I was surprised to see it was free. On the website I was expecting to pay around $35.! It looks like the desktop apps seem to be more polished...
Good potential but was disappointed because you can’t do specific training outside of the “course” tab. Also there is no “column” reader which is the actual recommended method for increasing reading speed, ie, breaks page up into columns and highlights a set of words then jumps columns. Column-reading actually simulates the real deal instead of “regression training” found in this app where all words are left justified and you follow them downwards. Speed reading is all about eye movement training which for English means training left-to-right saccades and not up-and-down. This app would also benefit from the “hopscotch” task seen in the now defunct Acceleread where words would flash on different portions of the screen, which is a good way to train both eye movements and quick comprehension. Also consider creating a training task for the “Z method”
Most of the time when I try to use this app with a URL, it won’t work. The app hasn’t been redesigned since the iPhone came out with a larger screen, so the top and bottom of the app are clipped. The screen is too high resolution, like this is app was carelessly ported from some other platform. It would benefit from a total redesign. I give it two stars because at least the cloud-synced content works well. I may take advantage of their money-back guarantee since I’ve been totally underwhelmed with my $89 purchase of their program. Also, their core features are now available for free on the kindle, which is where i do most of my reading anyway. I think this company may have become complacent from holding market dominance for too long - I’m not sure whats gone wrong, but from their software, it just feels like they’ve stopped caring about their products.
Developed by eReflect.
Spreeder: Speed Reading E-Reader and Trainer is ranking in Education
Last update was at Jan 27, 2017and the current version is 17.0.1.
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Spreeder: Speed Reading E-Reader and Trainer have a 363a user reviews.
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