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General inquiries and feedback info@spritzinc.com

Technical support (product) support@spritzinc.com

Members of the academia + research related inquiries research@spritzinc.com

About Spritz

Spritz’s mission is to support readers by removing the requirements that can make reading difficult in traditional formats. Spritz uses a convenient text delivery mechanism that changes the way people engage with and read content. This mechanism makes the reading experience more focused and efficient, resulting in less effort with the best comprehension.  

Our technology helps readers access their content faster, with less effort and across any device or screen size. Born out of scientific research, Spritz was created to solve key challenges currently faced by readers and, publishers and advertisers including: efficient delivery of content on the go, cross platform compatibility and measurement.

Our platform and extensive IP portfolio have been developed across the last five years and was first released to the public in February, 2014 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Since then, Spritz has been covered by hundreds of publications across the globe and adopted by leading publishers and brands to engage with millions of their users. Available on desktops, smartphones and wearables, the technology is currently supported in more than 20 languages and used in over 50 countries.

Press Releases

Check out the latest announcements about our products, activities, partners, and more.


Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Unveils HMH Marketplace: A New Online Destination to Discover, Share and Sell Digital Learning Tools and Teacher-Created Content

Harpercollins UK and Ralph Release the Whole of Patricia Cornwell’s New Novel Flesh and Blood in a World First on Digital Billboards


Boopsie and Spritz Partnership Brings Cutting Edge Reading Technology to Libraries and eBooks 

The Samsung Gear S’ real killer app is Engadget 

Die Süddeutsche.de-App ist auf der Smartwatch Samsung Gear S verfügbar 

Financial Times brings fastFT to wearables 

Samsung Gear S Enhances the Smart Wearable Experience 

SKY TV partners with text streaming technology Spritz – DDB NZ to share experience with Kiwis