Read Wikipedia in any of over 250 languages faster than you ever thought possible, powered by Spritz!
Using Spritz, Quickipedia will rapidly flash one word at a time at any of over 40 different speeds. This eliminates the need for your eyes to scan the text in order to read efficiently. Spritz provides a reticle at the ideal position in a word to allow your mind to comprehend each word despite seeing it for only a fraction of a second. Read up to 1000 words per minute while maintaining or improving your current comprehension. The average person reads normally at about 250 words per minute, but with Rapid, you will very soon double or triple that speed.
• Swipe to star articles
• Read in true fullscreen
• Swipe down to dismiss
• Spritz mode or read mode both in fullscreen
• Swipe to rewind/advance
• Jump to any section using table of contents
• Open html version of article for reference
• Select from over 40 speeds
• View time remaining or words remaining
• Retrieve and star random Wikipedia articles
• Seek to any word in the text
• Share any article
This beautifully designed app will give you the smoothest Wikipedia reading experience available anywhere!
Spritz Wikipedia in any of over 250 languages!
Ratings and Reviews
Serves its purpose and does it well!
Before stumbling upon this app, I had initially set out for another app of a similar kind--in an effort to improve my reading speed. The reasons for wanting to increase the speed in which I read was to be able to fit my reading into the 15-minute intervals of free time that lay like breadcrumbs throughout my busy day! This app allows me to kill those two birds with one phone... and it does it well. What better way to improve upon your reading than to utilize the various content of Wikipedia? The only thing I would suggest is to provide a "night mode" feature. If such an option does exist, I cannot claim to have found it, yet...
Really great- not perfect though
This app is good for the price. It accomplishes everything it advertises. However, it does read everything same way, including each period or other punctuation with an extended pause. This results it awkward lulls in pace during dates and abbreviations that can be distracting. It's also clear that it downloads the 1st passage of an article when you favorite it but is still unable to work offline (i.e plane rides).
I love Wikipedia, so this is convenient as I don't have to have another Wikipedia app. The interface is GORGEOUS. The multiple language option is what really wins me over, though, since I am trying to read a foreign language faster. This is definitely a useful app you will find yourself using often. HOWEVER, I can't seem to be able to access any Russian articles besides their titles. Hopefully that will be fixed soon though :)
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.