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We all need a little help with our degrees sometimes. York Notes might have the study guides to help ease your academic anxieties. Last month they launched their new York Notes Plus product, which takes the traditional study guide and put it on all the new-fangled technology. Marian Olney, Senior Commissioning Editor at York Press explained, "Available online, via iOS, Android and ePub, the new series' interactive features and easy synching between different devices will engage students in a way that both complements and goes far beyond traditional textbooks.” And their guides are pretty damn popular. For example they’ve shifted 2.5 million copies of their English Literature revision guides over 10 years. You can download a free York Notes Plus app for iPhone, iPad and Android devices through iTunes and Google Play and search current York Notes Plus titles, all of which are available priced £4.99, while bundles of print and digital guides are available exclusively at yorknotes.com, priced from £7.99. Each York Notes Plus interactive title includes automatic access across formats: so a student or teacher who has purchased an online version can also access the same information for free via iPhone, iPad and Android devices. If this sounds like something for you, until 30th November you can get 20% of these guides with the code YORKNOV20 online at www.yorknotes.com If you are going to use this offer you might need to pay attention to these terms and conditions: 1) The 20% off promotion code is valid for all York Notes titles – print, digital and bundles – purchased online at www.yorknotes.com only; 2) Offer expires 30 November 2014; 3) Promotion codes are not valid in conjunction with any other offer; 4) The Promoter is Balberry Publishing Ltd, 322 Old Brompton Road, London SW5 9JH; 5) The Promoter reserves the right to change these Terms and Conditions at any time.
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