Easy reading app of Boston firm Spritz to debut on Samsung Galaxy S5 and Gear 2
App maker Spritz announced that its easy reading app will be launched with Samsung's yet-to-be-announced Galaxy S5 and the recently launched Gear 2 smartwatch, according to Re/Code.
Spritz announced on its website: "The time consuming part of reading lies mainly in the actual eye movements from word to word and sentence to sentence. In addition, traditional reading simply takes up a lot of physical space. Spritz solves both of these problems."
The Boston-based firm has created an app that allows for easier reading on smaller devices by flashing one word at a time. The app can display between 100 and 1,000 words per minute, depending on the user's preference. As of now, the Spritz app can be used for six languages including English, French, Spanish, Korean, and German, the report detailed.
Samsung has not yet confirmed the Galaxy S5's launch at the Mobile World Congress. However,
According to Spritz, its technology will be used first in an email app that will debut with Samsung's Galaxy S5 and Gear 2. The firm also said the technology can be licensed for apps, websites, mobile devices, and operating systems, Re/Code reported.