SparkNotes

SparkNotes

By SparkNotes LLC

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2012-03-28
  • Current Version: 2.0
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 85.24 MB
  • Developer: SparkNotes LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 3
3
From 596 Ratings

Description

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. Contact the SparkNotes app team by writing to iphone@sparknotes.com, or connect online: http://www.sparknotes.com/ https://twitter.com/sparknotes https://facebook.com/sparknotes https://instagram.com/sparknotes_ Terms of use: http://m.sparknotes.com/legal/ Privacy policy: http://m.sparknotes.com/legal/privacy.html

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Reviews

  • Just use the website

    1
    By Criticangry
    They want you to pay for an app membership when you can just use the website for free. Deleted and I'll never try this app again.
  • People stop being cheap

    5
    By LUiS314
    First off you have an iPhone, second it’s 5 dollars per year! I love the app.
  • DONT DOWNLOAD THIS APP

    1
    By Conster_3
    This app is awful unless you want to pay for a subscription. Can't cancel it through the app. Should be free like the site but is not worth the time. Just use the website
  • Doesn’t work!

    1
    By iceicejick
    I would love to pay to start using the app but every time I go to buy it says “no products available” and I can’t select either subscription option. Please fix!
  • It’s honestly great

    5
    By Aillito
    It’s amazing for me being a high school student I get caught up in other things and sometimes I just need a quick summary, but there is one flaw you can copy text sometimes my friends fall behind too and they’re not privileged like me to be able to pay for this and still since I can’t copy I can still screenshot so please just add coping text
  • Incomplete

    1
    By Halal man from gyro stand
    Not too many titles
  • Hate

    1
    By smcfamily
    If you want to use the app you have to pay even though in the App Store it says its free. It’s not!!!
  • The best study resource

    5
    By Alls❤️
    I cannot recommend this app enough! Spark notes is extremely helpful for when it's 11 PM and you need to know certain information, if you need to prep for a test, or if you're just having a hard time identifying something within the text. The subscription is defiantly worth it.
  • A mediocre app for a price

    2
    By Nicely-kind
    My school work is important, this is like buying textbooks again; I can't do this. I would rather go on the web to see the same thing that's on this app FOR FREE.
  • The site is free, why can't the app be?

    1
    By Common Highschooler
    I love spark notes and was happy when I saw a banner saying they have an app. I use the mobile site and it works quite well and doesn't cost money. Being the logical human I am I thought: "Oh it is basically going to be a smoother version of the website!" But it turns out you need a membership to use the app. It's pretty cheap, but not worth a penny because the mobile site exists as well, and doesn't have any big problems.

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