Blinkist Review Guardian
Blinkist has recently made it easier for users to curate their own collections. To find Blinks of particular interest, users can either browse expert-curated lists or select a topic-specific listing. They can highlight the parts they want to read and sync the highlights to Evernote or social media. They can also send Blinks directly to their Kindle. To send Blinks to your Kindle, you will need to whitelist Blinkist on your device.
While reading a book can be difficult for most of us, Blinkist makes it easy to consume information. Blinkist has a large library and an intuitive interface that makes it easy to browse through the book. You can also download audio abstracts of each book to help you absorb new knowledge on the move. With Blinkist, you can save time and money.
Premium members can unsubscribe at anytime. During your free trial you will have access to the library of 3000+ nonfiction book summaries. However, you will not be able to select the book you want to read. This is because there are different levels for Android and iPhone users. You can access all three types of content with the free version, but you have the ability to change your plans at any moment. During the trial period, however, you can’t cancel your subscription.
In addition to being available on both Android and iOS, Blinkist is also an online service that gives users a convenient way to read non-fiction books. It’s especially useful for those who are short on time or need to quickly read a book. Once you’ve found the book you’re interested in, you can download the summaries to your device and enjoy them offline. Alternatively, you can access the book summaries from Blinkist’s library.
Premium subscribers can also download audio versions. This means that you can listen to the read aloud whenever you like. The app also allows you to save the audio files to your device’s internal storage, which is useful if you’re on a flight or otherwise away from the grid. Although the audio quality is generally good there are times when it freezes. Furthermore, the app does not allow you to share the blinks you’ve downloaded.
It is simple to get started with Blinkist. It covers many topics, including psychology, business, science fiction, and business. You can also read books that you have never read before. This ensures that you don’t miss any important information. It is simple to use, with a ‘currently reading’ and ‘completed tabs making it easy to find what your looking for. With a few swipes and a progress bar, Blinkist is very simple to use.
While Blinkist doesn’t give in-depth analysis of the books it summarizes, it is an excellent resource to enrich your daily autopilot moments. For example, you can use Blinkist to brush up on industry knowledge ahead of a big interview. Dense nonfiction books can also be a great source of tips and tricks. There are also a number of explainers available for bestselling titles in 27 categories. Blinkist also offers key insights from podcasts.
If you don’t have time to read full books, Blinkist’s free app provides 15-minute comprehensive summaries of many non-fiction titles. It is perfect for those with hectic schedules or limited time. Listening to a book summary will give you the key information quickly and allow you to decide whether or not to read the entire text. Blinkist offers a free trial, so you can check out the service and decide if it’s right for you.
You can browse the latest titles by category, as well as browse recent additions. This way, you can find the latest titles that are being read most often. When you’re reading for an exam, try to write down key lessons from each summary. Writing down key lessons from each summary will make it easier for you to refer to them later. You can also download Blinkist files for free to read at your own speed. You’ll love what you see!