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!

What’s New

Version 2.10.0

You asked and we listened. We added speed controls when using the read aloud feature.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
10.1K Ratings

10.1K Ratings

chevy201822 ,

This app keeps malfunctioning

Las quarter I use the app for ten weeks and it worked fine. Now I downloaded a new book and it won’t download any chapters it keep giving me an error. I’m frustrated because I am depending on this app to avoid carrying my book for school everywhere. Other than this issue the app is great. I just wish it would work as normal . I’m not sure why I cannot download the chapters that I select. Hopefully the developer will read my review and do something. This app is definitely useful when it works right. I deleted the application twice and download it each time to get it to work accordingly.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your review. We would like to understand your experience better and help you get it resolved ASAP. Could you please contact support at and reference this review so we can work with you?

Caleewa ,

Horrible for adult students that have busy lives

I rely on etextbooks because with kindle and other PDFs I can have my phone read the pages aloud to me while I am cooking, cleaning, commuting and managing my family. Moreover, I have issues with my eyes where I cannot stare at screens for long periods of time so I reserve screen times for when I have papers and online research. I can understand not allowing copy and pasting for copyright reasons but spoken screen and spoken content with iOS does not work at all for this app which is absolutely absurd. Why would you prevent people that can’t see digital content very well from being able to have the content read to them?!?! If I were any more blind than I currently am I would not be able to use this app at all so those with vision impairment should STAY AWAY!! The “highlight and speak” feature worked the first day I tried this app and has not worked since, a feature that is also poor because you cannot pause long segments so you have to highlight very short segments at a time (which is extremely inconvenient when driving). Since that KY worked one time I have deleted and redownload this app 5 times and it still dies not work. I hope professors in the future will stay away from McGraw Hill products all together because the snout of money paid for this textbook and the lack of accessibility is absolutely outrageous.

Developer Response ,

Version 2.4 of ReadAnywhere has been enhanced to provide a read aloud feature. You can now have the content of a book read to you by accessing this feature in the overflow menu of an open book. We appreciate your feedback!

T.C.2000 ,

Not useful for mobile devices

How a Textbook company cannot make the "Connect" website mobile friendly is beyond me. Plus, I have issues with the site outside my mobile experience. If this is their attempt at mobile friendly it is hands down one of the worst I have ever seen. I have to constantly switch between landscape and portrait modes to be able to skip questions or submit assignments while on a mobile device. I have noticed they place videos on each question, but the videos rarely have anything to do with the question being asked. You'll need to skip one or two questions to find the relevant video. I have issues with words overlapping or it displaying a couple letters before going to the next line to finish each word down the whole page. There is no excuse to not have a user and mobile friendly website during our society as it stands today with technology. I would not recommend wasting time or money with this app unless you're required to for class. That is even questionable. This website has made me so mad. I'm supposed to be doing homework, but I'm so frustrated with the site that I had to write this review.

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