Everyone knows reading is for dorks, and our day to day lives are marred by a lack of time and patience wherein we can sit down to trawl through extensive articles that offer little but information overload.
How are you meant to file your taxes, save a puppy from a lake AND read a 40 page manifest regarding why Jar Jar Binks is actually the most important character in Star Wars? You can’t.
But now the ability to generate a CliffNotes version of even the most densely populated article is yours, and free (kinda)!
That’s thanks to iSummary, a shining resource that encourages your lazy side without eating into your precious time.
Available for iOS, iSummary uses advanced software to generate concise and informative summaries of any document, which picks up vital information via Natural Language Processing and a pretty impressive algorithm.
All information is presented in a concise, easy to read format that means you won’t have to dig your way through pages and pages of text without understanding a damn thing.
iSummary can even use scanned and photographed text, cutting out the need to observe the very world around you. Take that, real life!
The app can be used on a bunch of different sources, such as Safari, Twitter, Feedly, Facebook and more, with an additional text to speech application to make an easy task even more straightforward.
iSummary was a blast to use, and you can check it out for free by downloading the ‘Lite’ version, which allows you to add a maximum of three summaries at a single time. The full version is unlimited and doesn’t require a month subscription, which is always a plus.
So if reading long, boring articles like this one is wasting your day, give iSummary a go, and allow humanity to finally eliminate the greatest foe we have ever known.