My name is Paul Evans, I teach EFL here in Japan, and I am very interested in Eyercize. Many, many language instructors (all around the world) are working with a concept called Extensive Reading (ER) with our students. (See http://www.erfoundation.org/) There are now thousands of book titles to support ER, from major publishers such as Oxford, Cambridge, Penguin, etc. Those publishers are just beginning to explore options for putting these (up-to-now strictly print) titles online, and making versions for mobile readers available. (Oxford has an iPhone/iPad app, but it leaves a lot to be desired -- speed reading functionality, for example, would be fantastic.)
You've already indicated (in a post from 9 months ago) that a mobile version of Eyercize is in the works. It would be very nice if Eyercize and these ER publishers could somehow be aware of each other, so that Eyercize could be included in future app development. I'd be interested to know if this is something you are aware of. Thanks for your interest.
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