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QuickReader – beautiful free iPhone eBook app helps you read faster, remember more


QuickReader is a lovely looking new eBook reader with a difference, in that it comes with a cool speed reading function to help you scan pages faster and remember more information. It uses some kind of fancy speed reading tech to achieve this feat, and is totally customisable in just about every conceivable way. Speeds from 100 to 2000 word per minute (what’s that, War & Peace in 20 seconds?), colours, backgrounds, fonts, line spacing, the list goes on.

It ships with a selection of free classic books to practice on, including Black Beauty which always used to make me sniffle a bit when I were a lad. Dude, if you’re serious about your reading skillz, you’ll want to invest some time and energy into doing it right with this baby. Of course you’ll need an iPhone first. QuickReader Lite is free, and there’s a Pro version – on special offer at $4.99 – which is guaranteed to teach you to read faster than Superman’s toothbrush. Or something.

 QuickReader will teach you to read faster and more efficiently. Enjoy more of a good book. Learn more about a favorite pastime. Prepare for presentations faster. Maybe even get some sleep before class tomorrow. Stay on top of the endless stream of information and entertainment in the modern world. * Save time * Keep up with the web, blogs, twitter, e-mail * Maximize the productivity of your reading * Accelerate your learning potential * Keep up with the news * Lifelong learning * Stay focussed * Get ahead * Succeed QuickReader makes learning to speed read fast and easy, while enjoying classic eBooks.

Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.

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