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Used by millions of students, Chegg Study app helps you:
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Tap into our massive library of millions of fully explained, step-by-step Textbook Solutions for subjects including Math, Business, Physics, Engineering, Chemistry, and more. Get homework help for 80 subjects and hundreds of courses. Chegg has you covered for your toughest classes and assignments.
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Ratings and Reviews
The only reason Im writing a review and giving it 3 stars is just for this device limit, I have no problem with it just giving me a limit of devices, at first I just logged in through safari in both devices and It was fine but when I downloaded the app to use it on one of the devices I was already logged into, it read it as a new one and it said that I needed to swap devices and there’s only one swap per month allowed, I didn’t mind, I just uninstalled the app from my phone and kept logging in through safari and I had no problem with it, but the last two times I’ve tried to post a question, it asks me to download the app so I be able to post a question, it doesn’t let me do it through safari like it used to, I prefer to use safari than the app because I just type in the question on google and if chegg doesn’t have it It shows me other places where it is and I dont have to type it in twice like I would do If I used the app and it didn’t have the answer. I need two different devices because sometimes I can’t use my phone, so if I have to choose between swapping the device and posting a question now and not being able to use this anymore since I’m not allowed to use my phone sometimes, or not posting the 20 questions THAT IM PAYING TO POST, I don’t think this is worth the 15 bucks. Please fix this, I’ve read the other reviews and I know I’m not the only complaining.
Too expensive for college students
Chegg is super helpful but not a possibility for many college students. It gets very real when you have to decide if you want to eat or get homework help. It would be nice if college students who sign up with a .edu email could have 3 people on an account (“family plan”) can pay $5 each for the subscription each month. I am currently writing this as I got locked out of my account for using a vpn (I also travel a lot and use my account in different places). I also regularly use my account on a few devices at once and it won’t let me use it anymore. I don’t know how willing they are to help but I assume lots of the people working for chegg were once college students with very limited funds who would have loved to have this resource. It is sad that limiting funds can be the difference between academic success and failure. I have a calculus test this Friday and now I’m not sure what I am going to do, I have gotten used to studying with chegg. I would really appreciate some help with this :(
UPDATE: the developers respond very nicely to the reviews saying that they can help if we email chegg support, I emailed them months ago and I NEVER GOT A RESPONSE. This company only cares to look good in the reviews but they will not actually help you💗
Developer Response ,
Hey there, apsasha! We really can't thank you enough for your feedback in regards to this service. We would love to go over this with you and ensure we get this addressed. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with 'iTunes Review' as your subject and we'll do all we can for you. We hope to hear from you soon!
Device limit issues
I would give a 5 star if it weren’t for some issues I’m having with the device limit that exists with the subscription. I have my laptop and my iPhone registered as my 2 devices. However, on my phone, if I use a different browser than usual to pull up Chegg, it thinks that it is another device when it is actually the same iPhone. My main problem with this is that sometimes I use the Chegg app, sometimes I use a web browser, and sometimes I use Socratic - which takes a photo of the question and inputs it into the search for me. Between all of these, Chegg thinks I am using a different device even though I am not, which really slows down my study process.
To branch off of this, I highly suggest that a camera option be added into the Chegg app. This way, instead of having to type in long questions, the user can just take a picture of a question and Chegg inputs it that way. This would eliminate the issue of using a different app, Socratic, entirely, thus also (almost) eliminating the aforementioned device limit issue.
Aside from that issue, Chegg is extremely useful. However, as a poor college student, $15 a month isn’t worth such a glaring issue with the device limit. I hope it can be fixed soon.
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