Best Speed-Reading Apps for iPhone and iPad in 2019

No longer want sub-vocalization and regression to prevent you from reading with top speed? Take a glance at the top speed reading apps for iPhone and iPad in 2019 and choose an ideal app to enhance your reading skill. Furthermore, set a target to read certain words per minute and accomplish your goal!

“To read faster” is an eternal quest for every reading generation that has ever lived on this planet. Not to taper off in history or science but there’s been some really commendable progress in understanding speed reading.

Many developers have taken some of these lessons, applied them to their apps and produced what can easily be some of the finest speed-reading apps for iPhones and iPads. Needless to say, sometimes, the list looks overwhelming but we decided to cut through and get you the best apps to help you speed-read.

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Best Speed-Reading Apps for iPhone and iPad in 2019

#1. QuickReader

QuickReader iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

What has appealed me the most in “QuickReader” is the highly user-friendly interface that can expedite your reading by up to 2x-3x. As everything is customizable, you can fine-tune the app perfectly to suit your needs better. To get started, simply set your reading speed from 10-4, 000 words per minute and then push yourself harder to accomplish your goal.

Keep an eye on your progress and find out the areas where you need to improve. And yes, make the most of the two million books, which are available for free to explore a lot. Furthermore, QuickReader has the support of several languages including English, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese and more.

Price: $4.99

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#2. Spreeder

Spreeder iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

Spreeder makes reading more easy-going. By removing by habits like subvocalization and regression, it expedites your reading speed. It can accelerate your reading speed by three or four times faster than your normal speed. As it automatically syncs data across devices, you can start off reading from where you left off on any of your devices. Besides, you can keep an eye on your reading to improve it.

Price: Free

#3. ReadMe!

ReadMe Speed-Reading iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

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Whether you are an avid reader or finding it a bit hard to read fluently ReadMe! Can be enormously helpful for you in speeding up your reading. With the clean user-interface and handy features like Spritz which allows you to read fast, the speed reader app can make a good impact. The BeeLine, which is available for free trial, makes it ultra-convenient to read and improves fluency. Through in-app purchase, you can unlock more features.

Price: Free

#4. Outread

Outread Speed Reading iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

Outread can be a boon for the folks who want to enhance their reading skill. With this app, you can adjust reading speed and highlighter size based on your convenience. It features two themes such as day and night and five different fonts to ensure you can read comfortably in any conditions.

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You can sync it with Pocket, Instapaper, Readability and Pinboard to make your reading more mobile. More importantly, it saves everything to let you catch up with them later.

Price: $1.99

#5. Flash Reader

Flash Reader iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

As the name itself suggests, Flash Reader lets you read fast. The built-in web browser allows you to quickly search articles and even save the ones you want to read later. There are different reading modes which you can use as per your need to accelerate your reading. Most importantly, you can customize fonts, themes and font sizes and even configure it to go with words per minute and words per flash.

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Price: Free

#6. Accelerator

Accelerator-Speed Reader iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

“Accelerator” can be immensely helpful in expediting your reading speed. The neat interface coupled with various important tools can get rid of the bad reading habit. You can browse and save articles both from the web and supported apps. There are three themes to make your reading more convenient.

The app has a specialized typeface to improve your reading experience. It also lets you access and read articles from Instapaper and Pocket. And yes, you can share your favorite articles with your friends via Facebook, Twitter, and other apps as well.

Price: $2.99

#7. Fluency Level 1

Fluency Level 1 iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

Fluency Level 1 can be immensely effectual in assisting you to improve all the important aspects of reading. The app can bolster your accuracy, automaticity, smoothness, expression.

There are several exercises which aid in enhancing your reading and understanding skill. The neat UI and simple method make this speed reader very handy. Whether you are a teacher or a child who is willing to achieve a grade level, it will let you accelerate your reading speed.

Price: $1.99

#8. Reading Fast

Reading Fast iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

With this app, you can speed up your reading by up to 50%. The app consists of 8 highly effective exercises which not only help you fast-track your reading skill. Besides, it has some great tricks up its sleeve to put on you the fast-lane!

It offers smart eye training that plays a pivotal role in expediting the speedometer. The app also trains your attention to ensure you can fully concentrate on reading.

Price: Free

#9. Speed Reading

Speed Reading iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

Get rid of the age-old method of reading and embrace the most efficient technique to be a flamboyant reader! With Speed Reading, you can discover your true potential and find out the right way to read up to 600-800 words in a minute.

The best thing about this app is that you can read anything you like. Besides, it also allows you to add your own favorite book to it.

You will read your book in speed reading mode or as normal text. Want to go at your own pace? No problem, there is also an option to fine tune the speed as desired. That’s not all; the app lets you customize text size, color, and even background.

Price: Free

#10. Reading Speed/Fluency Builder

Reading Speed iPhone and iPad App Screenshot

Are you looking for a speed reader app to help your child develop his reading skill? Reading Fluency can be a game changer for him thanks to its effective concept.

The app provides engaging game-like environments that can encourage your kid to pay more interest in learning. With the simple text and slower speed, it provides well-ordered practice — the audio support assists in learning more fluently.

Price: Free

Your Favorite?

All these speed reader apps are handy and can be vital in boosting your reading skill. Based on your preference and need, you can pick out any of these apps. If any of the apps mentioned above has impressed you more than others, do let us know that in the comments.

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Dhvanesh Adhiya
Dhvanesh Adhiya is the founder and editor-in-chief who takes care of audio, visual, and textual contents uploaded on He is passionate about wonderful apps that change the way your iPhone interacts in your life.
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