Much importance has been attached to the large number of individually adaptable exercises that are aimed at minimizing the length of the training and maximizing the training effect.
Buers, Austria (PRWEB) October 05, 2012
Endymio is a new learning program that helps maximizing reading speed and memory retention. And it runs completely in the Web browser. The web app was kept very simple to make learning easier. The exercises are tailored to suit the users' individual needs and are carried out in the browser window.
The most efficient reading exercises are recommended.
Endymio follows the development of the reading ability and recommends the most efficient exercises to the user. According to the developers, much importance has been attached to the large number of individually adaptable exercises that are aimed at minimizing the length of the training and maximizing the training effect.
Crowdfunding at Indiegogo
The developers are currently looking for contributors at Indiegogo in order to give the app the finishing touch and find members for the closed beta phase. This phase will be extended in November to the supporters of the Indiegogo campaign and should then enter the public beta phase in February 2013.
To learn more about Endymio visit our pitch page at the crowdfunding website http://indiegogo.com/endymio or http://endymio.com. If you have any queries about the tool itself or the funding campaign, Michael Holl will be happy to answer all your questions in detail via email or phone. Contact: Michael Holl, Judavollastr. 6A/Top6, A-6707 Bürs, Austria, Phone: +43(0)664/344-33-33, Email: contact(at)endymio(dot)com.
Endymio is an Austrian software development company located in Vorarlberg. The software developers are specialized in programing speed reading applications which are easy-to-use, intelligent, and customizable. With Endymio they have programed their first platform independent reading training course currently in beta test phase. The reading application is a powerful educational tool and available via Internet free of charge. To complete the prototype and market their tool efficiently, Endymio is relying on crowdfunding using Indiegogo.com.