Spend a couple of minutes watching this introductive video, you will learn all the basic funcions and usage of iReadFast.
iReadFast uses a simple principle to make you read faster: while you are reading your brain needs some time to control your eyes repositioning them word by word along the text. This operation limits your reading speed that otherwise would be much greater.
iReadFast displays words in rapid sequence positioning them at the centre of its window, in this way our brain does not need to follow the text anymore achieving much higher speed.
Using iReadFast is really simple:
Beside this, there are other methods to load text into iReadFast:
Alcuni consigli per ottenere il massimo da iReadFast:
Through bookmarks iReadFast gives you a fast way to mark, while reading, the prases you consider important or that you want to read again later to best comprehend them.
While reading a text you just have to tap the bookmark button to register a bookmark for the phrase you are currently reading.
iReadFast considers your reaction times: even if you are reading at high speed, the bookmark will be registered for the correct phrase also if the program is just passed to the next one.
In the documents library you can store your text documents and have them always available.
When you save a text in the library, the bookmarks and current reading position are stored together with them.
From that moment, iReadFast keeps their states always updated: every time you will open a document that is in the library you will find it in the same state as it was the last time you used it.
The Flickering function is a help to the speed reading expecially useful at medium-high speeds. With flickering enabled iReadFast displays shortly a black screen between a word and the other generating a flickering effect. This effect signals more clearly the passage from a word to the next making it easier for the brain to see the word has changed and to read it.
The Advanced Timing function is a help to the comprehension. When the Advanced Timing function is enabled iReadFast makes longer pauses when it encounters stippling to facilitate the text comprehension.
This option premits you to literally multiply your reading speed! When multi-word is enabled iReadFast can display more than a word at once, joining words together until their length is as near as possible to the number of characters specified.