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4 Things any Instareader should know

any Instareader should know

4 Things any Instareader should know

I've always been a big reader. When I was younger, I would spend hours in the library reading whatever caught my eye. Then my phone came along and ruined everything. Now it's so easy to scroll through Instagram and get distracted by all these images and memes that you don't even know how many minutes have gone by.

But there's one way you can escape all of that: by using Instaread! This app makes reading fun again by giving you all the key facts from any text in just 10 seconds or less—which means no more skimming through boring books! Here are 4 things any instareader should know:

Instaread helps you read what's really important

One of the best things about Instaread is that it allows you to read a book at a much faster pace than usual, saving you time and energy.

Wherever you are in life and no matter what your interests are, there will always be some books that are more important than others. For example: You might want to learn more about the human body so that you can stay healthy or avoid injury while working out. In this case, it would be helpful for you to read up on anatomy textbooks.

On the other hand, if your goal was to start a business but didn't know how because of all the information available online (or anywhere else), then reading an easy-to-understand guidebook could help provide valuable advice without requiring extensive research efforts first.

No more skimming, since we give you the key facts

Instareaders want to read books, but they don't have time to read them all. That's why we created a new feature that gives you the key facts of any book in under two minutes. Now you can choose how much of the book you want to read. You can read an abridged version or just the most important parts using our summary tool. But if you're looking for something more detailed and immersive, then maybe it's time for an audio book?

Never again waste time by not finishing a book

If you've been an instareader for more than a few months, you know how easy it is to start reading a book and then never get back around to it. In fact, I can't even count how many books I've started but never finished over the years. The problem with this approach is that reading time is precious—you only have so much time in your life, so don't waste it on things that don't matter.

If there's one thing any instareader should understand, it's that they should only read books that are relevant to them and their lives at any given moment in time (i.e., no leisure reading). You need all the focus possible when working through an information overload problem like this one because every piece of information matters—and if it doesn't matter, then why would you want to spend valuable brainpower trying to process?

Instaread makes reading fun and relevant

Reading is one of the most popular hobbies in the world, and it's not hard to see why: books are an incredible source of information, inspiration, and relaxation. Instaread is a great way to learn new things without having to spend hours pouring through pages upon pages of text. There's no need for heavy reading glasses or multiple trips back and forth between your library—Instaread puts all these benefits in one place!

In addition to being an amazing learning tool, Instaread can also be used as a relaxing pastime after work or school when you just want something lighthearted that doesn't require too much brainpower on your part; this might include reading classic literature such as Jane Eyre or Pride & Prejudice(both available on Instaread), or even funny stories like Matilda by Roald Dahl (also available).


So, if you’re ready for a more organized and enjoyable reading experience, try out our Instaread service today!

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