Readwise is free for the first 30 days: try it out now.
|Monthly price (billed annually)||$4.49||$7.99|
|Daily Readwise email (& web app)||✓||✓|
|Easily browse & search your entire highlight library||✓||✓|
|Sync new highlights from all sources||✓||✓|
|Organize your highlights with tags & notes||✓|
|Export your highlights to Evernote||✓|
|Broadcast, Mastery & much more||✓|
|Early access to beta features & lock in low price||✓|
Grow wise with these and 1,724 other readers.
Readwise is free for first 30 days. After the free trial, Readwise costs a small monthly fee, or you can refer your friends for additional free months.
The same reason you pay for your books: to learn and grow wiser.
The true cost of a book is not the sale price, but the hours you invest into reading it. Why invest all of that time if you aren’t going to use or remember anything from it?
Readwise costs much less than a single book per month, but lets you get much more out of your time spent reading.
Readwise makes it easy to access all of your highlights from places such as your Kindle, Instapaper, iBooks, and more. We then send you a daily email with some of those highlights, resurfacing the best parts of what you’ve read at the right time.
This practice of easily reviewing your highlights consistently means that you'll actually remember and the things you've read, rather than having them disappear a couple weeks after finishing a book.
In addition to all of the above, all of your reading notes will always be at your fingertips in our web app, where you can organize them with favoriting/tagging, search through them on the go, and use a variety of other features to get the most out of what you read.
If you just love the daily email, and easily reviewing the best of your highlights, Readwise Lite is for you.
If you want the full power of the web app: tagging, note-taking, and all future reading technology that we build, we’d recommend the full Readwise.
Absolutely. You can cancel any time at your Account Preferences.
We're building Readwise to improve the way people read, not squeeze every last cent out of our users. Because of this, we're happy to give you your money back if it means we can learn how to do better.
Yes! We offer a 50% discount to students and other members of academia. Just subscribe regularly, and then email us at firstname.lastname@example.org letting us know you're a student, and we'll apply the 50% discount.
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One of my favourite new reading services - for a Kindle notes addict, Readwise is such a welcome & useful service: https://t.co/6TAYrnLp5f— Linda Liukas (@lindaliukas) September 26, 2017
I love reading; Readwise reminds me of that. Every day, they send me an email with a few of my Kindle highlights. https://t.co/uMxmnQGKZH— Diana Kimball Berlin (@dianakimball) September 26, 2017
If you read books on Kindle, you might like to check out Readwise: https://t.co/ozzXjyYYGO— Jeremy Daggett (@jeremydaggett) September 29, 2017
Daily emails with past highlights. I love it.
Readwise (@readwiseio) is my favorite new service this year. Save highlights from Kindle, Instapaper, and now tweets.— Caleb Hicks (@calebhicks) July 8, 2019
Emails you a set of your highlights every day. Good spaced repetition makes it one of the best long-term personal learning tools I’ve come across.
Readwise-favorite thing I’ve found on PH lately. Lets me revisit important lessons from books I’ve enjoyed https://t.co/1PZSiYOMQ6— Nick Neuman (@Nneuman) October 16, 2017
Super excited the Readwise beta is open to everyone now! It's starting to change the way I highlight while reading: https://t.co/zSDitkXmFT— Will Hoekenga (@willhoekenga) September 27, 2017
Really enjoying Amazon's daily Readwise emails. Customizable number of random highlights from your Kindle. Here's my favorite from today. pic.twitter.com/FHhS0zcXI1— Juan Cifrian (@schoolofjuan) October 19, 2017
I had a similar hack for storing kindle highlights but now use https://t.co/fHHoeInwCS . It’s easily my fav tech discovery of 2017, and will significantly improve your reading workflow. Check out https://t.co/hxCdLtnNIc for my review of the benefits!— Peter Duffy (@PDffy) March 3, 2018