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The Internet has given us access to unending amounts of information and content, and hence it is time one should consider changing his reading habits to make it more productive. ReadSpeeder is a web based speed reading tool which aims to help you read faster and develop your speed reading skills. It features a speed reading player which throws up phrases and words at a pace which can be adjusted from slow to faster. You can access its library of free public domain books or sign up and add your own text.

Other features include ability to share text, save reading positions, skip words, a browser bookmarklet to speed read any webpage and an iPhone app.

speed reading tools

Features:

  • Speed read online using pre-saved text and a speed reading player.
  • Registration required to save and share your own text.
  • Bookmarklet to directly speed read a webpage.
  • Skip words and save reading positions.
  • iPhone app available.
  • Similar sites: Eyercize, Spreeder, ZAPReader and Spreed.

Check out ReadSpeeder @ www.readspeeder.com

  1. Dave
    September 18, 2009 at 11:28 am

    Thanks for the great write up on ReadSpeeder. I would also like to point out that any text that can be copied and pasted can be added to ReadSpeeder. And ReadSpeeder can be used in both a manual mode where you directly control when to advance the phrases, or in a 'Play' mode for hands-free reading. For more information see: readspeeder.com/about.html

    • Trevor
      May 1, 2016 at 2:31 am

      Good to know that I can paste my own stuff in.

      I'm an avid political blog reader, so it would be more efficient to read what I'm reading every day anyway.

      • Dave
        May 1, 2016 at 1:58 pm

        Trevor, the site has changed over the years. It has been split into a course and a tool. ReadSpeeder.com is a 12 lesson course. And although you can still add your own text to it, the best way for reading blogs is with the PhraseReader.com tool.

        BTW, the old version shown above can still be found at readspeeder.com/v1.

  2. Victo
    September 15, 2009 at 8:39 pm

    I love this site! I'm going to tell all my friends!

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