4.3
3.74K reviews
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About this app

Read or study when it’s convenient for you with the McGraw Hill ReadAnywhere app. ReadAnywhere gives users access to McGraw Hill tools including the eBook and adaptive assignments in Connect and the McGraw Hill eBook. Take notes, highlight and complete assignments offline – all of your work will sync next time you open ReadAnywhere when online. Log in with your McGraw Hill Connect or McGraw Hill eBook username & password to start learning – anytime, anywhere!
Updated on
Feb 8, 2022

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4.3
3.74K reviews
Justin A. Nenno
March 30, 2022
Can be a little difficult to navigate sometimes. I would love to be able to copy and paste, even a limited amount of words, just to make my psych class a little easier as I quote and cite. I would also prefer if I could swipe left and right instead of scrolling. I do dislike the way that at the end of certain sections, the page stops scrolling, then jumps to the next page entirely. But, at the end of the day, it's not a bad app and the ability to highlight and cloud sync is nice.
3 people found this review helpful
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Aaron H
March 10, 2022
It logs me out after a period of time, doesn't allow for automatic entry of credentials, so I have to manually type them in, without leaving the app to check if they are right because... IT RESETS THEM and I have to start all over again. Nearly unusable. Once I'm logged in, it relatively stable... Though as others have said, the ”audiobook” is really janky, it only plays a portion of the chapter, you have to manually make it go to the next...
16 people found this review helpful
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Jonathan F
March 25, 2022
No bookmarking feature and it's not easy to highlight or look up terms like most other reading apps for literally the last decade. If I could give it a zero, I would, but that's not possible, so I give it a one. Update: Terrible read aloud feature. Reads the page number in the middle of sentences, can't recognize symbols like μ, β, or α properly (commonly used in science/math), and the window isn't moveable, sometimes blocking the words.
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What's new

Bug fixes and performance improvements.