Voice Reader Study University of Regensburg 2017-03-21T12:08:10+01:00

Voice Reader Study – Why Listening is Better Than Reading

The University of Regensburg had carried out a Voice Reader study. It clearly showed that use of Voice Reader reduces the processing time for texts and noticeably increases text comprehension: our ability to take things in by listening is 29% higher than by reading. The best results were achieved by experimentees who read and listened to a text simultaneously. Here the improvement compared with those who just read the text was an impressive 44%.

Our recommendation as result of the Voice Reader study:

If you really want to maximize your understanding of a text, have it read out to you by Voice Reader while you are reading it. Maximum convenience is ensured with the adjustable reading tempo and synchronized text highlighting.

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Voice Reader Study - Why listening is better than reading

Read the complete Voice Reader Study (in German).