Getting there... Much improved! But it would still be nice to have syncing of bookshelves across devices.
Used to work, slowly, now doesn't work at all Recently, whenever trying to open an article the app quits. Deleting.
Sync? Great app to browse journals *but* the Help documentation on syncing an account across devices doesn't reflect the Settings in the app.
This is a great for browsing journals Note that it does require good internet access, like all access to internet resources, but I love it!
Seems convenient but is infuriating Initially I thought "this is a great service that Georgia Tech is providing me" but that changed very quickly. Reading experience is infuriating in this app: doesn't zoom properly, pages flow, the UI elements do unexpected things, etc. Also, let's say I want to print or share an article, I need to go to the overflow and select "Open In". What? There's enough space to have dedicated share on Facebook, Twitter, but not a real Android share option? Interactions destroy an app with a great technical back end.
Journal Info? None. Works fine, but pretty useless for learning about journals. This app needs to link researchers to a journal's page or give us some information about the journal other than its title. Most of us who read articles also publish, so it helps to learn about a journal that way. I can use a shortcut to my library's home page to get article links, so although it's a good app for collecting favorite journals, it's really nothing more.
• improved offline behavior for institutions that use a VPN
• a few bug fixes
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