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Reading Startup Ideas



2 years ago

A machine learning tool for recommending books based on a user’s reading history.

2,448
1 year ago

A company that focuses on tracking and sharing what employees are reading. The startup, which gives employers access to a data set of over 30 million books read, wants to make people more productive.

150
2 years ago

A startup that makes a product called “The Wig”, a wearable device that can tell you if you have a fever or not by reading your face

131
2 years ago

Each week, the startup curates a list of 3-10 new books, videos, podcasts, and articles from the industry and the web that it thinks are worth reading and listening to. The startup also curates a weekly newsletter.

108
2 years ago

A startup that helps online publishers generate revenue by allowing them to create targeted ads based on the content they are reading

107
1 year ago

A speed-reading app that uses a “simulated reading algorithm” to help you read faster.

105
2 years ago

A librarian’s assistant for libraries. It’s similar to a virtual assistant but for a library. It’s meant to make life easier for librarians by helping them keep track of where their patrons are in the library and what books they’re reading.

93
1 year ago

A content incentive platform that rewards employees for sharing and spreading content. It’s currently targeting the hospitality industry.

81
1 year ago

Drawing on the insights from the most-read articles on Medium, this startup is building a toolset that lets writers and other creatives see who’s reading their work and how.

75
2 years ago

Flex is a tool for managing heavy tasks, like data-entry or proofreading. It gets rid of the “middle management” of the traditional task-management tool.

73
7 months ago

This app enables consumers to access over 50,000 books by reading on their mobile device. It’s meant to be a library of all the books a reader has ever read, and all the books they'd like to read.

61
1 year ago

You take one of their books, but when you’re done you can download the PDF, which is much easier to read. They also have ebooks that include exercises, so if you’re a student, you can practice your reading over and over again.

59
4 months ago

A company that makes a sorting and filing system for books and other reading material.

43
8 months ago

A way to monetize and organize digital content. With StoryIt, you can create and manage reading lists, track which books you’ve read and where you got them, and mark books as “read” or “currently reading”.

39
1 year ago

A startup that’s building an AI for image recognition. On Rains is building an AI that can do lip-reading for people with hearing impairments.

37
1 year ago

A physical device for reading and studying in a low light environment. The startup has a physical device that helps you study in a low light environment.

37
6 months ago

A tool for reading faster, with an algorithm built to read 300 words per minute for average readers. It’s currently being used by the likes of Facebook and LinkedIn .

37
8 months ago

An API that enables apps to tap into Facebook’s Newsfeed to give users a better idea of what their friends are reading

25
6 months ago

 A platform for hiring consultants and freelancers who can do tasks like translation, data analysis and proofreading.

25
6 months ago

A SaaS service that allows people to see what others are reading, or what they’ve recommended.

24
13 days ago

 This startup is building a platform that helps children learn English by reading literature on their iPads. It’s the brainchild of two former teachers and a former English teacher.

24
6 months ago

A platform for the visually impaired. The app translates text into an audio reading of that text, with the readout played on a phone’s loudspeaker. While the smartphone app is free to download, the smartphone’s loudspeaker is not.

22
2 months ago

A company that makes a mobile reading app that’ll help you read faster, even if you’re a slower reader.

21
8 months ago

A company that creates an app to help you catch up on reading. It’s a bookmarking service, but rather than bookmarking just one page, users can bookmark an entire book.

19
2 months ago

This startup is working on software that helps legal professionals track their research — “research” is a term so broad it encompasses everything from reading court cases to scouring the internet for relevant information. The startup says it has $1 million in revenue.

17
2 years ago

Idea: A startup for organizing course reading materials, meant to help students read more.

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