The BBC Bitesize - Revision app: available on tablet and mobile

The BBC Bitesize - Revision app

The updated BBC Bitesize - Revision app for 14-16 year olds is now available to download to both your tablet and your mobile phone (iOS and Android).

The app includes GCSE Flashcards for Maths, English, English Literature, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Combined Science, Geography, History and PE. Just edit your preferences in the menu to add them to your app.

The Bitesize - Revision app for 14-16 year olds is available across England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, giving you flashcards and revision materials, whenever you want, wherever you are.

Download the app now and take brilliant Bitesize revision tools with you everywhere you go.


Who is the BBC Bitesize app for?

The app is for 14-16 year olds in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. It contains subjects for GCSEs, National 4, National 5, Higher and TGAU.

What platforms does the app work on?

The app works on Android and iOS mobile phones and tablets.

What subjects have flashcards in the app?

We have created flashcards for a range of subjects and we're always adding to these. We cover the core subjects of Maths, English and Science plus tonnes more!

What if there are no Flashcards for my subject?

We're working on creating more flashcards, and we'll keep you up to date with new developments. Watch this space! If there are no Flashcards available but your subject is covered on, you'll be able to see Revision, Test and Video tabs (where they exist), just as you'd see on the website.

Is the BBC Bitesize app free?

Yes! The app is free to download and has NO in-app purchases. The app is from the BBC and will be free forever.

Who has made the content in the app?

All BBC Bitesize content, whether study guide content on the web or in the app, or flashcards in the app, is created by curriculum experts and is exam board-specific. We have curriculum authors to write our content, and educational consultants to check it, and we always make sure that it follows the National Curriculum and the appropriate exam boards.