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Typesy can help you type at over 100 WPM, and it’s now $20

This renowned training software was designed by touch typing experts and uses fun games to boost your speed and accuracy.
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May 2, 2019
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If you're like most working professionals, you've got an arsenal of digital calendars, task managers and the like to get you working at peak efficiency. But, chances are you're still overlooking one of the biggest factors when it comes to upping your workplace efficiency—and it's sitting right at your fingertips.

Considering many of us spend our days plugging away on a keyboard, it should come as no surprise that our typing speed can have a major impact on our productivity, which is why we should all be pushing to get our WPM (words-per-minute) as high as possible. To this end, there's Typesy, a typing training tool that's designed to get users typing at over 100 WPM, and lifetime subscriptions are sale for only $20 today.

Typesy leverages a combination of scientifically designed activities, fun games and personal instruction to get users typing at blazing speeds. Typesy's games are designed to eliminate specific typing weaknesses and hone certain skills, and it even offers an advanced typing certificate that can validate your skills and help you stand out from the competition as a lightning-fast typing guru.

A lifetime subscription to Typesy normally retails for $290, but you can get it on sale today for only $20, saving more than 90 percent off the usual price.

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