2013 Update

In May 2013, ReadTheWords appoints Terry Lavery as their contact person in the USA. Through him we aim to provide more efficient support and services to our members in the USA.

2011 Update

In August 2011, ReadTheWords was taken over by Amit Sengupta of Truelogic.org from Michael Ziman with whom he partnered in creating and running this website since 2008. He continues the legacy of Michael Ziman and strives to take the website to the next level

Our Mission

To create an easy to use platform, that allows users alternative methods to process written information.

Our Story

ReadTheWords.com began as a simple concept in January 2008: To assist students with learning disabilities with their studies, by means of auditory learning and auditory processing.

To that end we sought out programers, technologies, and research departments from around the world and came up with a very basic platform, far less sophisticated than what you currently see on our website. Although we had originally intended this site to be used for auditory learning, through our researching efforts we found that the demand for this technology reaches far beyond our originally intended audience.  Many other students, young professionals, actors and actresses, research departments, bloggers, ecommerce sites, and others, expressed how this technology could help them with their daily lives, and their businesses. 

For this reason, we went back to the drawing board and added more features to meet more users’ needs.  ReadTheWords created multiple input methods for users to create readings.  We also greatly expanded our efforts to allow users take full advantage of the created readings as mp3’s.  In particular, we found that Bloggers are constantly looking for ways to reach a larger audience and we, in turn, have found a way to meet this need by enabling them to create podcasts and share them with their readers.  We also created a platform for bloggers and website operators to paste an audio toolbar in their website or blog, making it possible for any reader to become a listener.  The feedback has been overwhelming and we continue to add new features and users to our site each day.

So, all this may lead you to wonder about the full extent of the possibilities that this technology presents.  The answer is truly limitless. We encourage you to try our free service and let us know how you’ve been able to use it to your meet your own  needs.