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Hmm it seems like there is connection that is available to your phone..
That'd be nice, but I can tell you from experience that developing an app from the ground up is NOT easy. Previous answers from OpenStudy administrators have suggested the possibility of iOS and Android apps, but it'd be something for the far future if I understand correctly.
Yup, after looking through the archives of this section, you are not the first person to ask this question, and the party line is "We're working on making the desktop experience the best it can be before devoting the time and resources to mobile access." Which I support wholeheartedly.

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