EndNote for iPad
By Thomson Reuters
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Collect, collaborate, create from anywhere with Thomson Reuters EndNote TM - 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:
- Sign up for a free, EndNote online account or sign in to an existing account
- Synchronize your library references, attachments, and PDF annotations to your online account and X7 desktop
- Built in web browser to search Thomson Reuters Web of Science TM, 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 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, OneDrive or Google Drive to your references (accounts 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 2.2
* Full iOS 9 compatibility
* New in-app browser with improved UI, reference importing, bookmarks, and smart search
* Improved PDF annotation
* Fixed issue allowing iPad to go to sleep during long Sync operations
* Other bug fixes and stability improvements
For help or to leave feedback, please visit us at: http://endnote.com/ipad/contact
Forget about the fact that there is no version for the iPhone, Huh? What? Why? Anyway, Endnote is the worst citation software out there and surprisingly the one that's not free. It's slow to sync. The layout of groups doesn't match what you have on your desktop. It's really difficult to get citations imported into the software. It has less browser extensions then the other free alternatives. The only thing that the iOS app has that the others don't have is TTS. I use text to voice a lot and as far as I can tell none of the other ones have it. So I'm forced to use Endnote
Does not support iOS 9 features
The latest update claims iOS 9 compatibility, but unfortunately this update does not include support for Slide Over or Split View, which is a central feature of iOS 9 and a very useful feature for bibliographic software. Hope the developers add support for these features soon.
Whomever wrote the app doesn't use the app
Probably the worst PDFs annotation functionality I've seen. One can at least Open in... GoodReader, then from GR, Open in... EndNote, remove the old attachment and add the annotated on from Downloads.
Shouldn't be this hard.
EndNote strikes me as being somewhat like AT&T, a big cash cow that people are used to working around.
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Oct 12, 2015
- Version: 2.2
- Size: 40.9 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Thomson Reuters
- © 2013 Thomson Reuters
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.