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  • Last update: 4 years ago
  • Version: 2.0
  • Size: 89.4 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: SparkNotes LLC
  • Content rating: Rated 9+ for the following:
  • Languages: English
  • In-App Purchases:
  • SparkNotes Content Subscription $4.99
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SparkNotes Review

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SparkNotes Review

Introducing the SparkNotes app! Try it free for one month—once you’ve started your free trial, you’ll have instant access to all of our literature guides (nearly 600, with more coming soon) at your fingertips. To Kill a Mockingbird? Yep. Romeo and Juliet? Of course!

And there's more:

* Absolutely no ads!
* Full access on the go—works even when the internet doesn't, you can save your data!
* Quiz yourself: almost all titles have an interactive quiz
* Customize your text size and try out DARK MODE

The SparkNotes app requires an easy in-app subscription to get started. You’ll have the first month free to see why the SparkNotes app is the best way to study on your iPhone or iPod Touch. And to celebrate the launch, we’re offering special intro pricing: you can get all of our award-winning SparkNotes literature guides for either $.99 a month or $4.99 a year! It’s crazy.

Subscriptions allow you to view the full study guide content found within the app, and are available on both a monthly and a yearly basis. Your subscription will automatically renew—and your account will be charged—unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. You can manage your subscriptions, and turn off auto-renewal, by going to your account settings after purchase.

Your support enables us to bring you the fastest, least distracting way to study, and we can’t wait to show you what’s coming next! Let us know what you think, and share your ideas, by using the feedback link in the app’s Settings menu.

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  • 3
    So many negative reviews from people who are angry that they'd have to pay a little bit of money for something they'd like to use. I don't get it. It's not expensive. It's 5 bucks per year for a ton of useful info. Why do people think it's such an outrage that not everything is free? Maybe they are kids who don't have parental permission to buy apps? That might explain it. Or maybe they just think $5 per year really is too much (but that's odd if they paid for an iPhone ...) The negative reviewers don't seem to be complaining about the app' quality; it seems they are mostly just mad that they can't get what they want for free. Anyway app seems good so far. You can't select text though -- which means you can't look up words, nor copy text, nor take notes by sharing text with another app. I suppose they are trying to protect their content from copying. I would understand that concern, I guess. But whatever the reason, it's still a problem -- that is, it still limits the app's usefulness, even if they had an understandable reason for removing the basic text-selecting function.
  • O
    I am not a big reviewer of apps, but I had to on this one. I was so excited to see SparkNotes in an app, but disappointed to see all the negative reviews. But the negative reviews had nothing to do with the actual app, only charging the consumers a fee for the app. Hmmm. I had to check it out for myself, and I encourage consumers to do the same. This is a wonderful app for its easy use and NO ADS!! I will spend a whopping $4.99 after my one month free trial. That is less than the price of a Venti Frappacino at Starbucks, which lasts probably less than 30 minutes to consume. Skip your frap for one time and you would have paid for your app for a year. Priorities people! Even a "starving" student can do that!
  • T
    I saw this app and I knew that this is the same thing I used on my computer and I got really excited because I needed to write a paper and this WEBSITE has helped me before but once I downloaded the app they told me to get a membership. I thought this was just for something extra I can do but it turns out I can't do anything without the membership. I am really disappointed in the app. But the website is great, I recommend the website because it is free. The only thing is that it makes my computer lag a little bit but other than that it is great.

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