Meet with Blinkist, the application that all intellectuals use. Blinkist is an application used by the best thinkers around the world and by those who like to learn.
In his youth, Abraham Lincoln sat awake for hours every night reading – he played a major role, becoming a revolutionary, a top thinker, and one of America’s most important presidents. Nowadays, we no longer have to burn oil in the lamp to keep up with the readings. Thanks to the Blinkist application, we can go through a lot of books.
At Blinkist, you gather key information from non-fiction books into 15-minute readings and recordings. There are over 3,500 titles in 27 unique categories, consolidating the application as an ideal destination for those who are passionate about reading.
Professor, intellectual and founder Sarah Schupp is a big fan of Blinkist. That’s why she’s a big supporter of the app: “I use Blinkist when I’m between meetings and I can’t do a big task, but at least I can be productive.”
Blinkist encourages you to read more non-fiction books
Can’t read everything everyday; what am I going to read today? Just signed up w/Blinkist after reading or listening to over 25 books in the last few months. Today I listened to Language Intelligence/Joseph Romm & reread Alexander Hamilton/Ron Chernow. https://t.co/nG0sz6Cs2y
— Debby Tomlinson (@Tomlinsonsd) July 14, 2019
Even Apple CEO Tim Cook recently walked through the Blinkist office to take a look at the hype and see how the award-winning startup works.
At first, Blinkist co-founders all wanted a way to read more books, so they found a way to make that possible. Today, more than 15 million people are expanding their horizons with Blinkist, and the app has been named a global leader in learning and education by the United Nations.
“The app contains cleverly written summaries, called flashes, in which the books are divided into their main arguments,” the New York Times writes. More than 15 million people are expanding their horizons with Blinkist, with thousands of knowledge hunters downloading the app every day. Although “intellectual” is a term that only applies to a few academics, because the Internet has made information readily available, it has now come to mean anyone who is curious about the world around them.
Blinkist allows you to easily access reliable ideas from the best-selling non-fiction in minutes.