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ReadingIQ is the
comprehensive digital learning library app for kids ages 2 to 12, designed by
national education experts to perfectly align with your child’s reading
ability and grade level. ReadingIQ features over 7,000 aw...
I signed up last night for the free one month and had every intention to pay the monthly subscription but this morning after a few attempt on my phone and iPad this will not be the case. To start every time I opened the app it would take me to creating a new profile even though I had three set up already for my daughters. When I would click the back button to see if I could go back the screen goes blank until I close out the app completely. I repeated that step a few times like I said above. I even tried to creat another child profile just so I could see if it would let me go to the main screen so I can cancel the subscription and now it’s telling me we can’t add that child right now. I’ve emailed support but we’ll see since I just read the other reviews saying customer support isn’t great. I should have done this through iTunes at least stopping subscriptions through there is easy. DO NOT BUY.
Great except for one thing
The choice of books, the text to speech and highlighting, plus the pause feature is great. I highly recommend this program for parents and those who work with children with reading delays. However, some of the adults reading the books use that very annoying, high pitched, child-like voice. Why on earth is that necessary? Also, I wish there would be a way to slow down the reading speed just a bit.
Very nice and big variety of books
Love love love this it has a big variety of books for all ages so happy I purchase this app my kids enjoy ready these books
Great concept, needs work
I want to love this app. I feel like the levels of reading are so inconsistent. I can find one book at his level that is way too hard for him and another that is too simple. The “read to me,” section is somehow the same books for every level. If they would add more read to me books, with appropriate levels, and make the books listed consistent for each category, it would be awesome. I would love to go to a higher level for him and have it read to him and then have him read it independently after.
Terrible customer service
I signed up for the app using iTunes. After my trial I paid for the one year subscription. After paying I received an email from ReadingIQ stating my account had been terminated for non-payment. I contacted ReadingIQ providing my receipt from iTunes requesting they correct this issue and make my account right, or issue a refund. They refused to do either one. (iTunes is issuing me a refund at this point) I’m shocked at their unwillingness to correct the issue even with proof of payment and the run around to try and get my money again! I will not attempt to use this app again and do not recommend it!
I don’t get it
Hi. I just downloaded this app with high hopes but not happy so far. A few things I don’t like. 1) I created 3 user profiles for my 3 kids, ages 9, 6, and 4. From what I can tell, they are able to switch users themselves? So my 4 year old could pop on to my 9 year olds library? That’s weird to me. 2) what’s up with the “Read 20 mins a day” logo on top of the My Shelf page. That’s so silly. My kids read much more than that, which is why I was looking into this app in the first place (for additional content for them to read) 3) The app kept freezing up as I was trying to set up an account, kept getting the rainbow circle around and around and around... In conclusion, I’m going to let my 9 year old play around with it for a few weeks to explore the content but I’m not going to let my 6 and 4 year olds have it until I know that they cannot switch users.
Not for pre-readers
I did the free trial for my 4 year old daughter. I am a kindergarten teacher and have a thousand (literally) books I can read with her. I was looking for something that would read books to her when she needs to keep herself busy. Unfortunately, their “read to me” library is incredibly limited. I may look into it again when she is older, but I felt this was a big missing piece for a program whose advertising targets preschool children.
My goal when subscribing was to get specific Lexile level books but was unable to easily find books books within the level my child needed. Lexile score was only listed at the end of the book and was unable to sort books by level. I am disappointed it did not provide this because it would much easier than searching in the library.
I have not even used the ap yet, but I’m disappointed with the way it was presented. I am a kindergarten teacher and only signed up for website because it Is “free” for teachers. When I created my account it automatically took me to the screen that directed me to download the ap. I downloaded the ap only to find out that there is a 7.99 per month fee. I don’t know if that’s just for the ap or the entire website. I’m very disappointed in this bait and switch type of sales.
I love the app. For homework, my daughter has to read a book every night, and written In her hw log. This app definitely came in handy because it has so many books to choose from. However the app keeps freezing and closing out after every 10 min. Very annoying. Please fix!
Good app bad customer service
So tried the app out, which is great love the variety of books, so they had a promote for 1yr subscription, which I purchased through the App Store. Next month when required to login, came to a screen to Purchase another subscription. I immediately contact Reading IQ with and email about this, which they haven’t responded to as yet. This is by far the worst customer service, feel like I have been ripped off.
I love the array of books. However, to compare with A-Z books, the books that read themselves should be better if they were to have the option that you press the word and reads to you the word that you don’t know.
Zero Offline Capabilities = Big-time Disappointment
You can’t even open a book and then take it on a car ride without the loss of pages. (You can’t finish reading the story.). This doesn’t really work for us. Otherwise, love the concept.
It’s pretty good
I love that it has a lot of books but I don’t like they’re small books. I’d like some bigger books! And I hate paying so that’s why I use it for one month then stop using it and make a new account. That’s the best option!! Read this review
My Daughter loves this app!
I have trouble getting to the library so this is absolutely the best app for a kid who loves to read! Instead of watching videos on the way to/from school, she reads books on this app! Thanks so much! I definitely recommend this!
Yes. ReadingIQ is quiet safe to use but use with caution. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 16,557 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.6/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for ReadingIQ Is 20.7/100.
Yes. ReadingIQ is legit, but not 100% legit to us. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 16,557 ReadingIQ User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for ReadingIQ Is 20.7/100.
ReadingIQ works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.
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