The free app provides a fast and convenient way to read online material as 2-3x your normal speed. Spreeder CX takes this a step further by providing amazing apps for windows/mac/iPad/iPhone, a cloud library to save all your material, bookmarks, more advanced reading options, and training. This all means faster reading, easier learning, and more convenience. You can go here for more info on Spreeder CX or go here to use the free app.
Spreeder CX provides the world’s most powerful “speed e-reading” experience on all your devices. It’s ideal if you want to load in e-books, websites, and other material and read it all quickly using our revolutionary RSVP technology. Spreeder CX also includes some guided training.
7 Speed Reading is focused on providing the world’s most powerful speed reading training system. It includes training courses from 6 world-leading speed-reading experts - the same people who charge thousands to teach fortune 100 companies to speed read. It also includes comprehension tracking and improvement and 15 brain games to make you a superlearner.
NOTE: there is currently a special offer where Spreeder CX is being included for free when you get 7 Speed Reading. Click here for more information.
Spreeder CX and 7 Speed Reading increase your reading speed using a number of proven methods. These involve removing bad habits such as subvocalization (saying the words in you head), regression (unnecessarily stopping and re-reading), and limited fixation (reading only a single word at a time). 7 Speed Reading also shows you many methods to lean faster, read on traditional paper, and more.
Spreeding 1 word @ 300 wpm
For the uber-powerful speed e-reading apps, see Spreeder CX
To get speed reading training lessons and courses from our world-leading speed reading experts, see 7 Speed Reading
Paste the text you'd like to speed read here:
words per minute
window size (w x h)
chunk size (words)
Speed variability : slow down for larger chunks and speed up for smaller chunks so average wpm stays the same
Start new chunk at end of sentences and paragraphs
Slight pause at end of sentences and paragraphs
Skip over "stopwords" which convey no additional meaning to the sentence (i.e. 'the','an',etc)