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AutoReader 3D, an Android Free App

Reading e-Books in 3D on ANY Android phone may reduce eyestrain.  if you read something for hours on end, it won’t take long before you’ve developed a headache and eyestrain. Instead og turning brightness down, try this and display the text in 3D.

More of less like a stereogram

Developed by webstunning apps, AutoReader 3D looks like a regular reader at first. When you launch it, you’ll see a very clean interface with no frills. The app comes with an explanatory guide which you can test the app’s features on. Developed by webstunning apps, AutoReader 3D looks like a regular reader at first. When you launch it, you’ll see a very clean interface with no frills. The app comes with an explanatory guide which you can test the app’s features on. Check the demo video here under.

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 Demo Video

The 'cross-eyes' method

To be able to read in stereo, you’ll need to change the way you read. The first step involves focusing your gaze beyond the screen, such as the wall behind it, before you focus on the screen. It helps to increase the brightness in the room you’re in so you can see your reflection on the screen. The two words on the screen will blur into four words. Control your eyes so that the words become three. When the center word is aligned, your brain will lock into place and you’ll be able to focus on it alone.

Download AutoReader D

Download AutoReader 3D free from the Google Play Store. The ad-free pay version costs 0.80$ here.