Free Teleprompting Software
That Works on Any DeviceThe future of script reading is here.

TelePromptor teaches you how to speak like a professional, using patent-pending technology powered by over ten thousand speeches. Using the average phonetic duration technique, you can sound just like the pros!

Hosted in the cloud, TelePromptor is a professional teleprompting application with a clean, engineered user interface aimed toward anyone who needs to read a script into a camera.


With patent-pending PromptTimer technology, your speeches will flow like a pro using years of research that counts the average duration you should spend on each part of your speech. Down to the letter.


Multiple eyetracking tests have proven that TelePromptor is the only teleprompter application available that minimizes noticable eye movement as you read through your script. Even with the free version, your viewers won't be able to tell you're reading from a script.


Recording multiple people at the same time? TelePromptor supports up to eight speakers reading through the same script, with a patent-pending timer that prompts each person to get ready for their cue.

"TelePromptor taught me how to slow down and connect with my audience. Without it, I was buzzing away, with no concistant tonal flow, and people wouldn't listen to me. Now I can talk with confidence, and people listen to what I say. It's incredible!"

Melissa Dodds - Professional Public Speaker

ExamplesThe future of script reading is here.

TV Presenter
Product Launch
Class Speech
Podcast
YouTube Intro
Public Address

Designed for the speaker, and the audience.

TelePromptor is designed to help anyone captivate their audience with a professional, compelling speech. Click on one of the examples above to see how it works with specific cases.

Presenting on Television

TelePromptor is designed to help anyone captivate their audience with a professional, compelling speech. Click on one of the examples above to see how it works with specific cases.

Insanely Great Product Launches

TelePromptor is designed to help anyone captivate their audience with a professional, compelling speech. Click on one of the examples above to see how it works with specific cases.

Better than A+

TelePromptor is designed to help anyone captivate their audience with a professional, compelling speech. Click on one of the examples above to see how it works with specific cases.

Hearing the Difference

TelePromptor is designed to help anyone captivate their audience with a professional, compelling speech. Click on one of the examples above to see how it works with specific cases.

Streaming Your Thoughts

TelePromptor is designed to help anyone captivate their audience with a professional, compelling speech. Click on one of the examples above to see how it works with specific cases.

Addressing the Public

TelePromptor is designed to help anyone captivate their audience with a professional, compelling speech. Click on one of the examples above to see how it works with specific cases.


PricingInstead of $1000s, how about FREE?

The basic TelePromptor is completely, 100% free. You can create a new script and play it back without even logging in.


If you want to save scripts for later editing and playback, there's a professional option that unlocks all the features. You get lifetime updates, support and access to the best teleprompting tool around, second to none.


"My fans knew when I was just rambling, because I said "um" and "ahh" all the time. They hated it. Using something like TelePromptor now lets me talk like normal without pauses and my fans love it. My video's "minutes watched" and my other stats have skyrocketed."

Daniel H - YouTube Gamer

Great SpeechesBehind every great speech, is a great speaker.

Public speaking is hard by itself, and remembering lines and cues makes it substantially more difficult. Previous prompter devices were implemented to make things more natural by moving a giant wall of text over a nearby monitor placed atop the camera. It does help, and almost everyone has become accustomed to famous declarations being delivered through a tele-prompter or a screen hidden from view.


It's become as normal as reading a book..


But the problem is, you're not reading a book; you're conversing ideas, concepts and feelings to an engaged, listening audience.


Conversations with people are not giant blocks of speech, but lines of compelling dialog.


That's how it's supposed to work, as presented by these six great speeches of modern history.


Appearance of public speakers does not imply endorsement or acknowledgement of TelePromptor.
Barack Obama The Audacity Of Hope - 2004
Steve Jobs Stanford Commencement Address - 2005
J. K. Rowling Harvard Commencement Address - 2011

Modern speeches benefit from modern technology.

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Barack Obama

The Audacity of Hope was a provoking speech given by the President of the United States during the Democratic National Convention keynote in July of 2004.


The president drafted his speech in a hotel, turning a sermon given by pastor Jeremiah Wright into the fundamental base of not only this memorable speech, but also his bestselling book and grounds to his successful election as president for two terms.


Early on, many critics lambasted Obama for his reliance on teleprompter devices, but it's hard to ignore the impact and force in which Barack was able to convey his thoughts, feelings and promises of a brighter future.

Steve Jobs

"You've got to find what you love," was the primary statement given by Apple Co-Founder and Pixar CEO Steve Jobs to the graduating group of eager Stanford students in 2004.


With three prepared stories from his past, a healthy and energetic Jobs explained his early tragedies at Apple and eventually assuming full leadership, the success of Pixar and NeXT, and the importance of finding yourself though the college experience despite himself never receiving his college degree.


Steve Jobs is most remembered as having changed not only the way of modern communication, but also detailing credit to the significance of product design.


These traits were vigorously well-exposed with every speech he delivered.

J.K. Rowling

Knowing your audience is crucial, but caring about them is an often overlooked attribute of a successful speaker.


Unless you're the author of the wildly popular "Harry Potter" franchise. In that case, it's just another obvious personal attribute, gently exploited to lift you up.


J.K. Rowling started her Harvard commencement address in 2008 with adknowledgement of her peers, the "great responsibility" of such an invitation, and quickly hinting that self-improvement is made through achievable, realistic goals.


Students, faculty and friends heard stories that happened in the second part of Rowling's lifetime since she graduated, as the successful author stressed importance of defining your own sense of failure.


Ending with a short poem, Rowling was met with a standing ovation, fit only for a single mother on government assistance who rekindled the joys of reading for millions of people.

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