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  • BeeLine Reader
  • Users : 37,036
  • Last Update : Jul 16, 2019
  • Category : Productivity
  • File Size : 859KiB
  • Version : 2.9.0
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BeeLine's simple reading technology has won awards from the United Nations and our apps have been featured on NPR (http://bit.ly/1Tl3tpp) and in The Atlantic (http://theatln.tc/24LsoX8). 

Download BeeLine for free and see what all the buzz is about!

HOW IT WORKS

BeeLine uses a color gradient to guide your eyes from the end of one line to the beginning of the next. This seemingly simple tweak makes reading easier and faster because it allows you to transition between lines quickly and effortlessly. Many people are able to read 20% or 30% faster with BeeLine, even on their first try. 

SUPPORTED BY EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH AND NON-PROFIT PARTNERS

Research by educators has shown dramatic reading fluency and comprehension gains for students, and BeeLine has been adopted by the California Public Library System, Bookshare.org and Reading Is Fundamental.

USE BEELINE ON YOUR FAVORITE WEBSITES

The BeeLine extension works on millions of news websites and blogs, and you can even use read Kindle books, Google Docs, and gmail with it. You can also get our PDF extension, which works on any text-based PDF (available at http://bit.ly/1Fo1hXa), or our iOS app (http://bit.ly/1xNs76J)

TRY IT FREE!

You can read as much as you want with BeeLine for two weeks, completely free. After that, you can use BeeLine up to 5 times every day for free, or subscribe to BeeLine Reader Pro for just $2/month (or even less if you subscribe annually). Teachers can also apply on our website for free access for their students (certain limitations apply).

GRANT-FUNDED SOCIAL IMPACT COMPANY

BeeLine Reader is supported by grants and awards from NewSchools Venture Fund, The Tech Museum of Innovation, and Stanford University. See our website for more information about our mission and impact: www.BeeLineReader.com.

Fine print: text extraction based on Readability from Arc90 Labs, licensed under the Apache License, Version 2. All other rights reserved; US Patent number US20150234788A1; foreign patents also issued and additional US and foreign patents pending. Please send us your feedback (bug fixes, new color scheme requests, etc.) via Twitter, Facebook, or email (contact@...)
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  • Feb 02, 2019
  • The concept seems interesting, but apparently there's no way to simply turn the coloring on to read one article. You have to enable "auto color" which colors *all* pages. It's all or nothing apparently. This is annoying and bad design.
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  • Feb 02, 2019
  • clean mode and focus mode have always been buggy. 1) alt+c doesn't work. clean mode has to be turned on via menu. But then it can't be turned off at all, the only way left is to refresh the page and lost the coloring along with it. 2) focus mode sub-menu just flashes when clicked on and in menu it's always shown as "off".
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  • Jan 20, 2019
  • i was using this for years when it just came out, and as a dyslexic kid i loved it, but their moneygrab has been absolutely shameful and exclusionary for a learning aid. this extension truly is a learning aid and not a luxary item and asking 2 dollars a month (what i spend on half of my food in a day, i am on foodstamps) is absolute greed. dont give this extension more money for restricting access to a tool that can help kids learn and costs absolutely nothing in physical cost. dont get me wrong i think devs should get fairly paid but this is absurd. beeline reader is one piece of coding that was made years ago and hardly changed, that money i would be paying to use this wouldnt be paying for work, just for the dev's greed
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