Description: ReallyEasyReader makes Speed Reading simple.
You can change your reading speed in minutes.
Simply load a document, click play, sit back and relax, and find yourself reading at twice your normal speed.
ReallyEasyReader does the hard work for you.
Similar to the way that the calulator and spreadsheet make maths easier, ReallyEasyReader is the first product of its kind to do the same to reading.
We have moved all the techniques of speed reading into our software. Now everyone can access these abilities, simply by using our software.
If you spend 1 to 2 hours reading every day. ReallyEasyReader can cut this time in half.
Save between 20 and 40 hours every month to concentrate on other things.
Revise more, learn more: faster and more efficiently.
ReallyEasyReader boosts concentration levels so that information is easier to remember.
Learning Difficulties (Dyslexia, ADD, ADHD):
ReallyEasyReader can break through your current barriers and help you make remarkable progress.
Our latest improvements make all this even easier:
- FULL TEXT VIEW: switch between speed reading and viewing your document. Quickly start reading anywhere in a large document by 'Double Clicking' where you want to start.
- COMPREHENSIVE TUTORIALS: introduce you to ReallyEasyReader. After 20 minutes, you will have doubled or trebled the national reading speed.
- EMBEDED COMMAND SYSTEM allows you to put your own speed reading documents together. These can be saved anywhere for other people to use, eg: give to students in the classroom, email collegues at work.
ReallyEasyReader is a 'platform independent program' (Java Version 1.4 or above).
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