I enjoy reading, and unlike most people I don’t need a big screen to read on, so the iPhone screen is sufficient.
QuickReader allows you to input the speed at which you read, and then automatically highlights the words you’re currently reading and turning the page for you at the right moment.
The app is preset at 300 words per minute and 3 stops per line, but in the event that is too fast, you can tap the screen to pause and adjust the speeds accordingly. You can also set the app back to "Normal Reading" in the event you want to turn pages for yourself.
One excellent feature of the app is the ability to change the font and background color, as I have often had a better time at reading white font against a black background. You can also control the font size, font type, paragraph spacing and line width for an optimal reading experience.
The app accesses feedbooks.com for content from the library. The only downside to this is that unlike Amazon or Apple, the people behind QuickReader don’t have contracts with the major publishers, so the books tend to be either public domain or self-published (including some self-published comic books utilizing characters that are most definitely not public domain). However, the majority is free so you may discover that great author that the major publishing houses rejected for some reason.
It’s a good app with some serious competition in Kindle and iBooks. However, if you enjoy books that are in the public domain, I would select this app above the aforementioned two.