If you’re wondering what the heck a “dynamic reader” is, then you’re in the right place. Keep reading to get the 411 on what it is and how it’s going to make your reading experience a heck-of-a lot easier.
What’s a Dynamic Reader?
The Dynamic Reader is an easier way for you to read your FlashNotes when you’re connected to the internet. It’s the ‘html5′ version of the Note, meaning the words get larger, or smaller, depending on what kind of device you’re using
If you’re reading on your MacBook Pro, the words/font size might be nice and big, but if you decided to finish reading your Notes on the go via your iPhone 6, the words would automatically adjust to a smaller font size for the smaller screen.
In a nutshell, the Dynamic Reader allows for a pleasurable reading experience regardless of what device you’re used to using.
All you need to do is…
– hop onto your nearest internet connection,
– log in to your getflashnotes account,
– pick a summary + start reading.
Easy peasy, right?