Thousands of downloads and positive reviews don’t lie. You’ve told us how much you like the Questia Library app for the iPhone and iPod touch, and you’ve been urging us to make it available on the iPad to make for even easier reading and accessibility of Questia’s online library. Well, good news has arrived for Apple users. By popular demand, the same Questia Library app you know and love on the iPhone is now available on the iPad and can be downloaded for free from the iTunes store!
Anyone can download our app for free, which is now compatible with the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch after having released the universal version of the app, and read our collection of more than 5,000 free books. You’ll find many classics such as “Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection” by Charles Darwin and “Up from Slavery” by Booker T. Washington as well as history books like “A Handbook of Greek Constitutional History” by A.H.J. Greenidge and “A History of Modern England” by Herbert Paul among thousands of quality books.
Questia is the premier online research tool for college students, saving them valuable time on research papers and projects. With Questia, students can accurately cite sources, format papers in seven different styles, and organize their notes, research and sources all in one place. Librarians have specially selected Questia’s 77,000 academic books and 4 million journal articles—many of which are peer-reviewed. Since Questia is accessible 24/7, students can research any time of day from anywhere, with the confidence that they’re using credible content from trustworthy sources.
When Questia members download the Questia Library app, they gain full mobile access to Questia for as long as their accounts remain active, at no additional cost. Members can now get the complete Questia experience from the convenience of their iPads. They can search and read from Questia’s entire collection, organize research, manage saved projects, and access Questia’s powerful tools for automatically creating citations, footnotes, and bibliographies.
“Users of our iPhone and iPod touch Questia Library apps have been encouraging us to put the app onto the iPad so they can enjoy a better reading experience with the larger screen,” said Questia’s Marketing Director, Matt McCloskey. “One of the great things about Questia is that it allows you to save your research as you go and take notes that you may want to have handy for when you begin writing. With the iPad app, you have all that information at your fingertips no matter where you are.”
Visit the iTunes store to download the free iPad app and start writing better research papers faster!