EndNote for iPad
By Thomson Reuters
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Collect, collaborate, create from anywhere with EndNote®- the world's most popular research management tool. With flexible tools for searching, organizing, sharing research, and creating bibliographies, the EndNote® for iPad app extends your ability to stay on top of cutting edge research and connect with your EndNote library on the go.
EndNote® enables you to easily view, edit, organize, and share research material on the iPad. By syncing your research library across iPad, online, and desktop, you increase the power of EndNote by gaining seamless access to your reference library from multiple devices and platforms.
EndNote® for iPad includes:
- A free, EndNote online account or link to an existing account
- Synchronize your library references, attachments, and PDF annotations to your online account and X6 or X7 desktop
- Built in web browser to search Thomson Reuters' Web of Knowledge, PubMed, Google Scholar, your library catalog, or any other database you choose
- Built in PDF viewer with wide range of annotation features. Annotations made can be synced and edited online and on the X6 and X7 desktop
- Importing capabilities for .ris, .nbib, and other popular reference file formats
- Email and copy options for sharing references and file attachments with collaborators
- EndNote “temporary citation” format support
- Attach files from Dropbox to your references (Dropbox account available separately)
- Viewing and editing options for references and file attachments
- Sorting, searching, and grouping options for references and file attachments
- Getting Started Guide documentation
What's New in Version 1.2.4
* Bug fixes and improvements for Accessibility compliance, Group display issues, and reference formatting.
Syncs my papers between iPad and laptop seamlessly
I was a bit hesitant to download this app after reading the initial negative reviews. I've been a longtime user of Endnote, and recently started getting into the groove of reading research articles on my iPad. I've tried it all: GoodReader, ReadCube, PDFnotes (which is still fantastic), but the only feature that was missing was reference management. The Endnote iPad app syncs seamlessly with the Endnote X7 software on my laptop. The annotations/highlighting/notes I make to PDFs on the iPad app syncs nicely with Endnote X7, so I no longer need to manually import/export PDFs across devices. My only gripes are these: the sync feature can only handle one Endnote library at a time. So if you had two different Endnote libraries (say one for work and one for pleasure), the sync feature will merge the two libraries together. So on the iPad app, your references from both libraries will meld together. This won't be as issue if you keep all of your references in a single library. secondly, the sync feature on both the computer and iPad apps does not run automatically. You need to. Press the sync button each time you want to update your libraries (and for each device). Third, there is no option to select whether to automatically download attached PDFs from they our Endnote library (on computer) to your library on the iPad app. You need to go into individual references and click on the empty PDF icon.
Seamless syncing. EndNote on the go!! I use the iPad version when I want to read the articles that I have organized while relaxing in bed or when I'm on-the-go and have quick meetings with my research group. It's fantastic. I'm surprised by the negative reviews here!
Terrible. Don't waste your money
If there's the option for no star, I will give none. It does not sync with my desktop endnote properly. What's the point of having this app, if I have to download everything manually? Stay away from this app, I don't think they will ever improve the product....
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Jan 05, 2015
- Version: 1.2.4
- Size: 14.4 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Thomson Reuters
- © 2013 Thomson Reuters
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.