This $13 Speed Reading App For IOS Just Went FREE

Posted: Jun 12 2014, 12:47pm CDT | by , in News | Apple

This $13 Speed Reading App For iOS Just Went FREE
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Grab It Now Before It’s Too Late!

Going through the iTunes App Store might be a bit of a hassle if you are trying to look for some good but we all agree nothing has ever been so hard and we have never had to try so hard to find something. It is good that the developers feel generous enough every now and then and drop a wonderful promotional offer but are we ever aware of that on our own? No. This is where you refer to internet pages such as this so you can find out about the best deals out there. A great promotional has just popped up and it offers an otherwise $12.99 app for free.

This is for the book lovers out there who want to take advantage of the technology and make some better use of their high resolution phones by reading books. Though we understand that nothing might beat the Amazon’s Kindle, which is considered the king of them all and a best friend of an e-reader, but there are other apps which can be just as great. This is the one that the App Store is offering for free.

ReadQuick is usually available for a cost of $12.99 but now you can grab it for free. The app has exclusively been designed to suit all the devices which run on iOS 7. The description reads “sky rocket in just one day” and you will soon see how true that is. You will have the liberty to set the pace on which you want to read and the app essentially teaches you how to reach this particular speed. It is fun, rewarding and most of all it is time saving.

source: redmondpie

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