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I came across the Spritz speed reading app a few years ago and it changed the game for me. Essentially, it’s a browser extension that shows website text one word a time, as fast as you want it to, so you can blow through long articles fast.

It’s a speed reading app for people who don’t know how to speed read. And it helps me breeze through all those browser tabs I’ve got open. So I’m a fan. Why not write some lines for them?

Here you go Spritz—102 headlines about you:

1Speed reading isn’t a skill. It’s a Chrome extension.
2Large text, no pages, just spritzing
3Have a book you need to read fast?
4All your content, faster
5The digital speed reading extension for anything
6Read more. Absorb more.
7Make your news easy on the eyes
8Long books are less intimidating on Spritz
9You’re not still reading books like everyone else, are you?
10Read the Kessle run in 12 parsecs
11Sprint through your content, with spritz
12When you need to read something, but your meeting starts in 4 minutes
13Quick! Read to the end before people post spoilers!
14Read with your brain. Not your eyes.
15Read your way through everything, fast
16Ever wonder how some CEO’s read those books so fast? Here’s the answer
17Get to the best part of your book, faster
18Move the words. Not your eyes.
19Read any website faster
20Think speed reading is a skill? Think again.
21Helping reluctant readers find a better way
22Most people read books the “normal” way. But not you.
23All the reading, none of the effort
24After all these years, we realized we’ve been reading wrong the whole time
25Read like lightning
26Start spritzing your content. Your brain (and your eyes) will thank you.
27Spritz your way through books in no time flat
28The fastest way to read things you don’t really want to read, but have to
29There’s a ridiculous amount of content out there. Spritz helps you read it faster.
30The secret to improved reading comprehension is the complete opposite of what you might think
31The reading app that runs the 440 in 44 seconds
32The Usain Bolt of reading apps
33Now you can read War & Peace at 1,000 WPM
34By the time you read this line, you could’ve been done with the whole article.
35Psst. You’re reading wrong.
36Blow through all those open browser tabs
37Stop reading. Start spritzing
38It’s the Tim Ferriss of reading apps.
39Consume mass quantities (of content)
40Read faster. Way faster.
41Words laid out the way your brain wants them to be
42eBooks just got a whole lot easier
43The “wow, that was fast” eReader extension.
44Reading is fun again
45Watch your words fly by
46Change your average reading speed from 300 to 1,000 words per minute
47You may be at a loss for words, but we’ll never be
48Breeze through your next book in no time
49The fastest way to binge on written content
50Reading in hyperspace ain’t like dusting crops, boy
51Get through long articles fast
52Now you can read to the end of the book before the spoilers get posted
53Read to the end in no time
54Think speed reading is exhausting? Not anymore.
55Speed read without missing a beat
56Not all copy has to be black & white
57How to improve reading speed & comprehension
58The future of books is Spritz
59Now late night readers can go to bed earlier
60Someone just put new sparkplugs in your eReader
61Read smarter. Read faster. Read more.
62Become a speed reader without learning how to speed read
63The speed reading app for people who can’t speed read
64Your brain moves fast. Spritz proves it.
65For slow readers who want to read fast
66For when you want to read just one more chapter, but it’s really late and you’ve got work in the morning
67Read the internet like you live in the future
68Must. Read. More.
69Who know we’d be reading like this in the future
70Read faster and faster every day
71Makes long articles seem shorter
72Read at a staggeringly high speed
73Nobody read anymore. They spritz.
74Tired of books being spoiled because you’re reading too slow?
75The faster way to take in your reading
76Did you know there’s been a better way to read this whole time?
77Read at your very own speed–fast or slow
78You’re not still moving your eyes to read, are you?
79Read fast without all the speedy eye movements
80If you thought reading was nerdy before, wait until you see what we just did to it
81If you think you can’t speed read, you’re wrong
82Reading right to left is so old school
83Read at your own speed
84Whoa. Did you see how fast he read that?
85Spritz a little speed into your reading
86Fly through books at light speed
87This is how they read in science fiction
88Helping slow readers read fast, and fast readers read like lightning
89Like regular reading, only way better
90The fastest way to improve reading comprehension
91Read faster without sacrificing comprehension
92The sci-fi way of reading
93New technology makes reading easier
94Read at the speed of booklight
95Read the way Usain Bolt runs
96All the words, full speed ahead
97It’s easy on the eyes, but it’ll blow your mind
98Plow through content like a robot
99Fast reading that’s easy on the eyes
100Read, full speed ahead
101You don’t need skill to speed read. You just need Spritz.
102Study in color


Overall: Whoa! I just wrote 87 lines before I opened the formulas. And the list is pretty good. Not my best, but I’ve got a few solid lines in the mix. If there’s one critique, it may be that some lines are too generic.

Lessons: It was a little restricted because this isn’t a post about what you’re reading. It’s how.

  • Pretty cool that I’m starting to pull so much out of my head.
  • Even if the lines might be a little weaker than using the template, it shows that I’m reaching a deeper level.
  • I’ve still got plenty of time left to dial it in.
  • There wasn’t much usable content in the reviews
  • Got kinda nerdy, but that’s OK. It felt on brand.

Time: 1 hour, 1 session