Take control of your reading life. Use Leio to time your reading sessions and
stay motivated. How many books did you start this year? How many did you
finish? How long did it take to read them? Leio can help you answer these
questions and many more. Fun fact: Leio means “I read” in
Love it buuuttt want some change
I have been using Leio for about a year now and every time i undownload it bc it made me mad for example it doesn’t save any of my previous content. Maybe if there was a log in that would fix it. I use this a lot for school and mainly during the summer to bring up my lexile and reading speed. It would be awesome if there was a feature like that to tell me what my wpm is based on the timer and the amount of words in the book. I also play sports so it’s hard to read as much as i want or need. It would be cool if there was a notification to tell me what time would be most convenient with my schedule and for how long so I can keep my brain exercised. It would be neat if there was a feature to tell me like what books would be good for me to improve my speed and based on what i’ve read before. Something I think you guys could do different is to allow users to write notes while they read ( keep the timer going kinda setting) or star that place. Thank you i don’t really write reviews that often but i love your app i use it as much as i can along with Tide Focus timer which i really like as well during my reading hours! have a great day!! 😊😊
This is by far my favorite app!
I am an avid reader with a short attention span—I tend to start 4 books and forget where I left off. On a whim, I searched for an app to help track all of my reading and came across Leio. Wow oh wow, has it ever changed the way I read! While I refuse to convert to digital books, I love the way Leio lets me take my notes and record my favorite quotes so easily. My very Type-A personality lives for this app. I particularly love the new(er) addition that allows you to photograph the quote you’d like to record and converts it into text. I recently contacted the support team with a recommendation and received a very kind response within the hour (!!!) I am so impressed with everything this app has to offer and the attentiveness of the developers.
Not for me; need to Disclose limitations
I hate to download apps that do not fully disclose limitations of the free version (or that I have to creat an account). You can only log 1 book in the free version. I understand there are limited features in free version, and you can’t please ever1, But limits to logging 1 book is a waste, manipulation to upgrade, advertising and impractical. I can deal with limitations like online access, etc. allowing someone to add at least 3-5 books would not put this developer out of the way and it shows you care about ppl improving their reading, instead of lining your pocket. I just want a simple app that tracks my reading and help me enjoy reading again. I want to enter book info, don’t need social any social aspects, share with friends, create any stupid account, or focus on ebooks. I’m fine with kindle for ebooks. I Just want the good old fashion way do I can preserve my eyesight. Just add a simple disclosure line to your description. Free version only allows you to add 1 book!
Simple, helpful, and looks great!
After a couple weeks of using Leio, I’ve come to really enjoy the app. I very much like the simplistic and modern design. It also gives a lot of information that I just like to keep track of, but it doesn’t clutter the screen with too much nonsense. Keeping track of my reading progress and times actually really helps me motivate myself to maintain persistent reading patterns. There are two slight frustrations with the app, though. 1) There seems to be no automatic syncing feature. It would be convenient to have my data automatically synced to both my iPad and iPhone so I can use either device when I want to. But as of now, it seems that you have to go through a complicated data transfer every time you want to update data across devices—so it’s not practical at all to use multiple devices with the app 2) Probably the worse downside: Whenever I manually enter a book into my reading list, it is very difficult to import a cover image correctly. Normal-sized pictures get turned sideways and stretched. To get a decent-looking cover image, I have to try many different forms of cropping, and even still it gets positioned weirdly. This is something I can’t Imagine being difficult to fix. But overall it’s a great app and I will continue using it!
Hopeful, but disappointed
I was really excited when I first found this app, as I have several books to read for classes and work. I debated over spending $5.99 to add multiple books (because was it really worth it??) but I decided to purchase. I was quickly disappointed when I found how poor the “planing” options were. Although this app can predict how quickly you might be able to finish a book, that’s about all it can do. My hope was to be able to set goals for multiple due dates for multiple books. I have several to read for classes (where I read 2 books per month), a few for work (where we read an assigned portion for discussion every 2 weeks), and then books I’m reading for pleasure. This app will not help me keep on track with the 6 books I’m reading to make sure I finish each book or section on time. Super disappointed and I wish I could get my money back.
Incredible. Simply Put.
So simple. So sleek. Has tremendously increased my reading. I love how you are able to see the rate at which you are reading and the projected time left to complete the book. Being a math guy I love the statistics part of the app that shows you your reading statistics over the week, month, year and all time. This is just an incredible app that if you like to read, will cause you love it even more! If there is one thing I would suggest, it would be on the statistics page when looking at the line graph showing the time read for each month over the course of the year to be able to see the exact time read (number of hours & minutes) for each specific month.
Nearly Perfect App
This app has almost everything I could ever want. I’ve tried several other reading apps and none of them compare. The one thing I would appreciate is a searchable database of books. I read a fair amount on my kindle and it’s irritating having to always manually enter in that info at the beginning. Also some option to sort books by how much time in left to read or how many pages are left would be great. For now I manually re sort my books by time read it would be great to have that automated. Still giving it five stars because this app is amazing and I hope the devs have these updates in the pipeline!
I’m in law school, so pleasure reading has fallen by the wayside. I made it a point to make time to read for fun more often this semester, and when I decided to tackle a 1258 page book, I thought a tracker would be nice to keep me going and stumbled upon this app. I love that it tracks statistics and can project when I’ll finish. It’s so motivating and makes finding time to read like a game with myself. So many wonderful features in this app even without the paid subscription. I only wish it did notifications to remind me to read my scheduled pages for the day.
Good app on the way to great.
I appreciate the focus of this app and its clean/simple feature set. I also like that it sends info to Goodreads, effortlessly. So it has a bit of a social component if you want that. I read a mix of real books and digital books on a variety of devices. I would really like it if Leio allowed me to enter my progress as a percentage instead of as pages - since page numbers don’t really mean anything on digital readers. If that feature was added, Leio would be darn near perfect! Update: turns out the feature I want is in fact there! My bad. When you add a book you can go into advanced options and designate it an ebook. You can the track your progress as a percentage. Thank you Leio!!
Helps so much!
I have an international trip coming up that I’m trying to cram reading/learning in for (on top of normal college work), and Leio has been super helpful for me as I try to pace myself/figure out what my pace should be to finish everything in time. Two things I wish Leio had: 1. A reminder feature that would remind me to read at a set time, 2. A way to calculate the pace to finish reading multiple books by a set date. I don’t like to read more than one book at a time usually, but I still want to be able to calculate when (if I read one book then the other) I would finish all the books.
I have used this app every day for about a year now. It helps me stay on track and reach my goals. I like that you can scan books and edited them if you want or manually add them. It tracks progress by percent, pages, time spent/left. You can track achievements, goals, streaks, and stats. Also has the option to connect to goodreads. The free version only allows you to track one book at a time so I spent the money to track multiple books and I’m glad I did but if you only read one book at a time then the free version is fine. Overall good investment if you like keeping yourself disciplined.
Love, but ...
I use this app every single day to track my reading progress through the many books I’m reading. Love it! I like how I can add a reminder, but I’d like that feature even more if I could choose when to set specific reminders for specific books. I dislike when I get 3-4 reminders at once to read when I have specific times already planned out. It’d also be super nice to be able to track introductions that are numbered by Roman numerals. Again, love the app! Thank you!
Great reading tracker
I’ve been using this and Bookly to keep track of reading and so far I like this better. It’s way more affordable (bookly is $20 a year) and it works just as well. Bookly is a little more aesthetically pleasing but this works fine. The tracking is nice and helps motivate me to read more. The only thing I love that Bookly has and this doesn’t is a summary page after the book is completed. I would love to be able to see my time read, reading speed ect summarized on a single page. Definitely would be awesome for social medial purposes (ie bookstagram) to have this feature
10/10...with only one thing that could make it better
I absolutely love this app. I know that there is a paid version, but I don’t feel that I need it given the fact that I only read one book at a time. The only thing that I feel would make this app even better is if it had an Apple Watch counterpart. It would be so awesome if I could have a “read my last book” function accessible from my wrist.
Great app, missing happy alarm!
I’m a philosophy student and this app is helping a lot to improve the time and quality of my reading. The only missing feature is a timer alarm. As the researchs have proven, it is best to read about 45mins and then rest for 15mins; so i demanded this app to have the feature of making an alarm after reading 45mins (or whathever could be set), awaring me of happy rest time! Except this missing feature, everything is great!
Yes. Leio is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 1,245 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.7/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Leio Is 51.9/100.
Yes. Leio is a totally legit app. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 1,245 Leio User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for Leio Is 51.9/100.
Leio works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.
Leave a comment: