I’ve used their ebooks on one occasion. I got mine through the Kindle Store, and it was a pretty good study guide.
From the press release:
Shmoop (www.shmoop.com), a publisher of fun and relevant digital learning materials, today announced the launch of more than 500 Learning Apps for Android mobile devices and more than 500 educational eBooks for the iBookstore on Apple’s iPad. The company that connects the dots between The Great Gatsby and P. Diddy now helps teachers and students take their classroom on the road in more ways than ever. Shmoop is the largest cross-platform educational publisher, with more than 4,000 titles available across the Web, iPhone, iPad, Android, Kindle, Nook, and Sony Reader.
New Shmoop for the Mobile World
- Android Mobile Devices: Put a Ph.D. in your pocket. Shmoop offers more than 500 Apps full of punchy, fresh analysis from our team of experts and educators. Shmoop offers Android Apps for literature, poetry, music, US history, civics, and biographies. Each App includes our fast-paced Quiz-o-Rama trivia game. Dare to test your knowledge of To Kill a Mockingbird. To find Shmoop Apps, search the Android Market for “Shmoop.”
- iBooks on Apple’s iPad: Behold the Jobsian beauty of Shmoop eBooks for your shiny new iPad. More than 500 Shmoop Learning Guides are available in this world-class reading experience. Highlight, bookmark, or write notes in your favorite Shmoop guide. Just remember to wash your hands if you’re chomping on buttery popcorn while pawing at your screen. To find Shmoop eBooks search the iBooks Store on your iPad for “Shmoop” or give Shmoop’s Romeo and Juliet Learning Guide eBook a try.