Spreeder is an online app that trains you to read more quickly and efficiently. I have never used this app so I do not know exactly how it works, but I am pretty sure that you copy and paste a passage of a book on the app, and the app goes through with you one word at a time, eventually making you a faster and faster reader.
I am already a relatively fast reader, I have finished three hundred or more paged books in one hour or less, many times, so it would take a lot to convince me to use Spreeder.
The Reasons Why I Do Not Want To Use This App
One of the reasons why I don’t want to use Spreeder is because I honestly do not want to spend my time using an app to improve my speed reading abilities. Another reason is that I have no problem going through reading assignments usually, I always get all my reading assignments done by the end of the day, so I really think I do not have a need for it.
What Would It Take To Persuade Me
The only thing that Gary North could persuade me with is Spreeder’s time saving benefits. Say if I had a pile of reading assignments to get done that requires careful reading, Spreeder would help me go through the task quickly and effectively. That would probably persuade me.
Spreeder would be highly beneficial for anyone who needs improvement when it comes to speed reading. It’s not that expensive, under two hundred dollars USD, which is pretty affordable, unlike some of the other Speed reading programs, which can cost much more.
In this essay I wrote about what it would take for Dr. North to persuade me to use Spreeder for ten minutes a day.