Pearson+ lets you read, study, and listen to your Pearson eTextbooks, and with offline access, you never miss a beat. Access all your Pearson eTextbooks in one place, including those from MyLab, Mastering, and Digital Collections courses. Log in with the same username and password you created via the web-based version to get started using the app.
Ratings and Reviews
So there are some books that will be the text to you and others that you can read the text it’s easy to navigate especially on the phone for those late night studies where you don’t wanna be sitting on your desk and you’re really tired or if you can’t sleep and you just wanna get a little bit of work and it’s super conventional and it’s easy to take with you everywhere so anywhere you go you can always study in case if you’re really busy and you’re afraid that you might turn in stuff late it’s really helpful resource full it keeps all your P just bookmarked has really nice highlighters that you can highlight texts with and then on highlight them if you’re done with them easy to navigate and if you’re ever looking up for a specific sentence that your teacher wants you to look at you can type in the words and it will look it up for you fast making it super easy to find anything
Developer Response ,
Hi Omar, thank you for taking the time to leave us a review. We're thrilled you enjoy using the app! Do recommend it to your friends, and don't hesitate to send us a note at PearsonPlusfeedback@pearson.com if you have any feedback or questions for us!
Needs Improvement, almost great.
Pearson has great functions like being able to write flash cards or take notes.
It also has audio so you can listen to the text. But they really need to improve the programmed voice to not say things like “underscore” over twenty times when reciting end of chapter questions that have five blanks in it for answers. She (the voice) also fails to pronounce the phonetic pronunciations of terms offered in the book. It’s very awkward with her saying one syllable then spelling the next. She’s clearly an automated voice that they turned loose on the text with no edits. For auditory learners this is problematic. Her tone however, with the exception of some oddly pronounced words, is rather decent. They do need to program her to pause after a dash but over all it’s tolerable between her fumbling through headings, outlines and bulleted lists.
Forget about hitting to enter to start a new line with flash cards. When you save it it will smash all the words together anyway so if you need to make a list of things, you’re screwed. I still like the lady and her intonation, but she’s not a replacement for the texts and a big company like Pearson should really work on the accessibility for people who need the audio.
One last thing, it needs a button to go full screen with the interface so you aren’t on dark mode with your toolbar and tabs headlighting you.
Needs a Major Overhaul
It hurts my heart that I had no choice but to spend $130 on this etext, because I needed the proprietary statistics software that came with it to complete my assignments. I guess when students have no choice but to buy a software product, the product manufacturer isn’t then inclined to keep that software updated and user friendly.
For one thing, there is no turning the phone for a wider view of the tiny text. Only vertical, sorry. And when you try to zoom in it is jumpy and unpredictable, and you’ll likely lose too much text so just keep it tiny and vertical and deal with the headache you will inevitably get.
The desktop software isn’t much better. Search function is awful - sometimes terms will come up but when you click on them… nothing. No action. Does it at least tell you what page the term is on? Nope. Tough luck. Try google.
And then you can’t zoom OUT - this is wild. I can’t fit the page on one screen/browser. And there are these little ‘tips for success’ on the sides of the pages that narrow the margins, making one long column when what would actually be user friendly is a nice square of text that perfectly fits one page into the browser window.
I just don’t understand how this expensive platform can be so bad all around. Is anyone trying at all? Had anyone at Pearson actually tried to use these texts? Cmon guys. Quit robbing people. We’re students, for chrissakes!
Developer Response ,
Hi, we sincerely apologize for the inconvenience caused! We want to take a closer look into this for you and identify a fix. Please write to us at PearsonPlusfeedback@pearson.com along with your username/ e-mail address linked to your Pearson+ account, and please share more information about your title and device. Thank you so much for being patient and for taking the time to leave feedback! We hope to get you up and running ASAP!
Data Linked to You
The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:
- Contact Info
- User Content
- Search History
- Usage Data
- Other Data
Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More
- Pearson Education, Inc.
- 549.8 MB
- Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 13.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
English, Dutch, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- Age Rating
- 12+ Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- © 2022, Pearson