Give and get feedback on the go! The next generation of the Turnitin Feedback Studio app is now available for instructors and students. Instructors using Turnitin's grading tools save time marking student papers while offering more meaningful feedback and ensuring their originality. Students can submit their papers and get access to their Similarity Reports, feedback, and grades anytime, anywhere.

For Students:
See your Similarity Report℠
View feedback, rubrics, and grades
Easily submit to an assignment via Dropbox, iCloud, Google Drive, etc.
View upcoming assignments and due dates
Receive notifications when feedback is available

For Instructors:
Leave comments, marks, and highlights
Grade with interactive rubrics
Add a voice comment
View a Similarity Report
Navigate between papers, assignments, and classes
Grade offline

* Feedback Studio for iPad is free with an institutional subscription to Turnitin.

What’s New

Version 3.1.8

Fixed a bug where users were having issues syncing marks created through the app.

Ratings and Reviews

1.7 out of 5
179 Ratings

179 Ratings

Aurelierose ,

This used to be so convenient!

As an adjunct Instructor I use many tools to help me balance a part time course load and a full time job. I teach at 2 different college. One has used Brightspace, and their app is buggy, but at least lets me in to add points. We are switching programs over the next year- so I’m hoping for a better system.
Turnitin has always been a good feature for me as a student, and I’ve been pleased over the last few years to use the app to allow me to grade on the go via my iPad. However... this latest change will not allow me in. I have deleted and re-downloaded the app to no avail. The link to add a course does not read my app. I even had it open to see if that was the issue. But no, I get a webpage that will take me to the App Store where I already have the app.

Toby Moody ,

Missing features and unreliable syncs

From the professor’s side, the app is too slow to be useful. This should be a quick way to comment on papers in a convenient location, instead of tracking dozens of email attachments. But marking anything more than general comments takes entirely too long - highlighting a single word requires highlighting a whole line and then making the highlight shorter. Moving or deleting comments is a major hassle. Apple pencil support is really a must-have to make this app worthwhile. At the same time, the Turnitin app only lists 44 of the 55 students on Blackboard, and many of them report failed uploads or submissions that I cannot see.

FMP@aq ,

Flawed, but better than nothing

There are so many silly elements of this app, but I’m grateful for it nonetheless. I probably wouldn’t buy an iPad if you are not for the Turnitin app (I am a prof. who grades hundreds of papers).
This version is better than previous ones. I like the summary comment field.
The strikethrough function is really stupid. I can’t believe you have to select a whole line, then reduce it until you have the word or words you want to strike out.
I do not like the automatic capitalization of my comments that I insert in text. Unless it’s a complete sentence, I don’t think I should begin with a capital letter.
As I write this, I think what most annoys me is it keeps crashing on a 2018 iPad with 128 GB of storage — crashes about three times per paper.

App Privacy

The developer, Turnitin, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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