Nicely-kind's Review of SparknotesReviewed on 12/14/18 8:15 AM
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.
Common Highschooler's Review of SparknotesReviewed on 12/14/18 8:15 AM
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.
Zackypp's Review of SparknotesReviewed on 12/14/18 8:15 AM
I don’t want to pay
Lynx_5555's Review of SparknotesReviewed on 12/14/18 8:15 AM
I don’t get why the website would allow us to access the notes and what they say for free while the app does not let us do anything unless we pay for it. I liked the website so I thought I should get the app but I could not do anything. The website is better than the app
Anonymous etc etc etc's Review of SparknotesReviewed on 12/14/18 8:15 AM
This app is a FANTASTIC App for lazy unappreciated snobby students who take education for granted and fail to take advantage of the the English literature stories and become knowledgeable while helping them with passing the subject!! Seriously!!! How is $5 a year expensive!!! So sad the gum chewed by the very students who commented so negativity on this app as being expensive and not affordable is much more expensive than the price of this well put together app. Yet paying $5/year for an educational app a pinch got them?!!! I mean seriously?!!!$5. How is that expensive? So sad and pathetic. Only if they could fathom the hard work and dedication of what it takes to design an app and the time it with all the valuable content it took to make it!!! So sad. :-( This app is a fabulous and informative educational value pack for all students and none students alike. Helping them catch up on the English literature while enjoying to tap into the English lit, becoming a learned educated person. Trust me try it. It won't hurt or bite you!
mlinder13655's Review of SparknotesReviewed on 12/14/18 8:15 AM
It’s a free website, yet they want you to pay for a severely limited app.....enough said. Would have given it no stars if I could.
Tanelmo123's Review of SparknotesReviewed on 12/14/18 8:15 AM
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.
LampNugget's Review of SparknotesReviewed on 12/14/18 8:15 AM
The only reason I gave this app 3 stars was because I love the Sparknotes website. It’s free and it gives me all the information I need to study in an easy to understand format that makes memorizing important plot points easy. The largest problem with the app is that you have to a subscription to get to information that you could get on the website for free. Please remove the paywall and just make us watch a Game of War ad like many other apps.
OrganizationXIIIRoxas's Review of SparknotesReviewed on 12/14/18 8:15 AM
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!
Halal man from gyro stand's Review of SparknotesReviewed on 12/14/18 8:15 AM
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