BeeLine's color gradient makes reading faster/easier for over 90% of people. How much will it help you?
Nov 2018 update: Now you can get free BeeLine by referring friends and family! Just have them enter your email address as the "referrer" when signing up. You can get free browser licenses, or even a free year added to your subscription! See all the details at www.beelinereader.com/refer
Have a lot to read? Make reading easier and faster using BeeLine Reader! 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 substantially easier and faster because it allows you to transition between lines quickly and effortlessly. Thousands of people have taken our online diagnostic test, and over 90% of them saw a benefit from BeeLine. Many people are able to read 20% or 30% faster with BeeLine, even on their first try.
Research by educators has shown dramatic reading fluency and comprehension gains for students, and research with adults is ongoing at Stanford Medical School. BeeLine has been adopted by the California Public Library System, Bookshare.org and Reading Is Fundamental.
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.
You can read as much as you want with BeeLine for two weeks days. 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 less if you subscribe annually). Students and teachers can also apply on our website for our free Student Pass (certain limitations apply).
BeeLine Reader is supported by grants and awards from NewSchools Venture Fund, The Tech Museum of Innovation, and Stanford University.
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@...)