You will need a Zotero account to use this app.
If you want to maintain a current copy of your citations in Zojo, you will need to enable sync in the settings page.
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This version now includes support for downloading, annotating and uploading PDF attachments.
PDF attachments are stored on your SD card, make sure you have one in your phone/tablet.
This is an advance feature and I highly recommend that you create a BACKUP of your entire Zotero folder before you begin. I will NOT be responsible for any damage/loss of data.
The instructions are as follows .....
*** On your Desktop ***
1) Install Dropbox on your Desktop
2) Open a DOS prompt (with admin privilege) use the command "mklink /D full_path_to_zotero_storage_folder full_path_to_dropbox_folder/storage & pause"
This link from the zotero website provides additional details on how to find your zotero storage folder "https://www.zotero.org/support/zotero_data"
3) This will create a symbolic link to your storage folder and sync all your files in this folder.
There is a script written by Mikko Rönkkö for his app ZotPad that automates the whole process. It automates the symbolic link create. The link is http://zotpad.uservoice.com/knowledgebase/articles/103395-what-is-a-symbolic-link-and-why-should-i-use-one-w
*** In the Zojo Android app ***
1) In the settings page click the "Link Dropbox (To view PDF attachments)
2) This will open a new page, click "Link with Dropbox"
3) Give Zojo permission to access Dropbox folder
Once all of this setup is complete, you will now see PDF attachments in the items.
There will be three buttons "Download", "Open" and "Upload"
"Download" --> Downloads the attachments to your SD card
"Open" --> Will open the folder in which the PDF file exists. You can use your favorite PDF viewer to open it.
*** Make sure you have an android app such as ES explorer to browse through your folders. ***
"Upload" --> Will upload the PDF file to Dropbox
I understand this can be a complex setup for some users. If you have any questions feel free to email me.
This APP are using the new Mendeley API .
- Authentication using the OAuth 2.0 protocol
- Get user documents
- Get user folders
- Get profile information
- Share your documents by email or sms
- View documents marked with favorite
- Readers counter by paper
- Download articles
- Get group folders and articles
- Search function by title or author
- Get Notes and Tags
- Add settings options
- Delete documents
- Mark as favorite
Any problem or suggestion please send e-mail to email@example.com
* Clear presentation of BibTeX entries in a list
* Open associated local files (including file path conversion)
* Open weblinks created from BibTeX information
* Holo interface
* Minimal permissions
Library is now free and open source! You can get the source code via git:
git clone https://github.com/cgogolin/library.git
I manage my library of scientific papers on my PC. I use Mendeley, but any other software that exports to BibTeX, such as referencer would also do the job. I keep the BibTeX file containing all the bibliographic information and the file paths of the associated files (mostly pdf and djvu) in a version control repository (I use subversion, but git should work equally well). This can be checked out to my Android Tablet using for example OASVN or your favorite version control client. Library allows me to conveniently browse my scientific papers and open them in a pdf viewer. Changes made to the files, like annotations for example can then be commited to the repository again.
E voilà, you have a fully synchronized and automatically backed up library of all your scientific papers right at your finger tips!
Easily find new papers:
• Search in PubMed or ReadCube databases directly within the app
• Quickly download new articles with a single tap when you’re on campus or with your institutional proxy
ReadCube personalized Recommendations:
• Our most popular feature!
• Discover relevant new papers based on your library – you’ll never miss another important paper again
• Create custom lists and sort articles into one or multiple lists
• Quickly search, filter and sort your entire library
• Swipe on references for more options
Get the gist quickly:
• View mobile-optimized abstract pages for all library and search result articles
• Jot down your thoughts with syncable notes in the abstract page
Save time reading PDFs:
• View articles with the built-in full screen reader
• Supplements are automatically attached where available
ReadCube Pro features:
• Sync everything – papers, notes, lists – between the ReadCube Desktop app and your mobile devices
• Unlimited cloud storage space for your PDFs
• Plus more exclusive features (www.readcube.com/pro)
Coming soon to the Android app (and currently available in ReadCube Desktop):
• ReadCube-exclusive Enhanced PDFs, with clickable inline citations and authors
• PDF annotation tools
• Additional database search options
Simplify your research life – try ReadCube for free on your mobile devices (Android and iOS) and computers (Mac and Windows).
NEW TO READCUBE? - You can create a free account directly in the app. In order to import and sync over your existing PDFs, just download ReadCube Desktop from www.readcube.com. You can upload your PDFs from your computer, or use one of our easy importer tools (for EndNote, Mendeley, Papers, Zotero libraries). Don’t forget to try our free 30 day trial of ReadCube PRO to sync your desktop library to your Android.
We love feedback from our users - please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any ideas, comments or issues. Thanks for using ReadCube!
Create references for books, journals, e-books, newspapers, videos and more with this easy-to-use app!
Different formatting for print, database and internet sources.
Scan book bar codes to make referencing even easier!
You can email or save your references into organised project folders.
Includes a guide to referencing.
Watch for future updates. These will include many more source and style options!
- Updated semi-weekly with new features and bug fixes
- Integration with desktop BibTeX solutions:
-- JabRef (Supports top-level groups and attached files/external links, no nested group support)
-- BibDesk (Supports static-groups and attached files/external links, no smart group support)
- Dropbox integration
-- sync library .bib files, and attachments
-- detect changes to bib library, attachments and upload/download new versions automatically
- Google Drive integration
-- sync library .bib files, and attachments
-- detect changes to bib library, attachments and upload/download new versions automatically
- BibTeX editing capability
-- Includes guided manual entry and raw BibTeX entry
-- Full support for bibtex format including crossref and strings
-- BibTeX String editor
- Automatically import citations from multiple web services and journals, with android browser integration
-- .bib files and .zip archives
-- Google Scholar (incl PDFs)
-- PubMed (incl PDFs from PubMedCentral)
-- PLoS Journals
-- Science Magazine
-- Nature Journals
-- Wiley Online
-- American Chemical Society
-- Oxford Journals Bioinformatics
-- Science Direct
-- Journal of Biological Chemistry
- Attach files and external links to entries, one click to open attachments.
-- Parse additional metadata from links to supported resources (ie PubMed).
-- Browser integrated workflow for finding and attaching PDFs to entries
- Annotate entries to include your own notes, summary information, and keywords
- Reference export
-- Export BibTeX citations and attachments to email, or other sharing services
-- Export LaTeX citation commands
-- Export text formatted citations (ACS style currently supported)
- Multiple Library organizational systems
-- Search fields: author, title, keywords, journal, year, etc
-- Mark Entries Read/Unread
-- Add Favorites
-- Groups/Folders (Maps to BibDesk static groups and JabRef top-level groups)
-- Collections (Higher level organization)
-- Sort by author, title, publication, year, date added, etc
-- Support for additional custom defined sort fields
- Quick search for most BibTeX fields, click on author names, journal, year or other linked fields in citations to find matching papers.
- Automatically convert between UTF8 and LaTeX character codes
The number one science data app.
Compare size, time, matter and much more.
Instant search provides fast fact validation on the go.
Compare scientific data in 32 categories:
Size: Search for dimensions of the Milky Way or a red blodd cell.
Time: Can a Ferrari compete to the speed of a powerful tornado?
* Angular Velocity
Matter: Bacteria, elephants and black holes.
Energy: Get a feeling for Einsteins E=mc²!
* Specific Energy
* Specific Heat Capacity
Light: Candles, light bulbs and stars.
* Luminous Flux
Electricity: Do you know the average total power consumption of the human world?
* Magnetic Field
Information: From digital music to USB transfer rates.
* Bit Rate
Numbers: The odds of a royal flush in poker: 150 millionth percent.
The app for physics, math, chemistry, electricity and geology.
Explore and compare data on your phone.
- See students in your section
- Class chat
- Class work to keep track of your assessments
- Course announcemetns
- Group forums
- Student profile
- and more...
[ LastPass update round 2: I automated the exploit for Facebook, as described in my blog post. If LastPass changes things up again it will stop working and may take a few days to get back up, but hopefully this time they will realise how ineffective this is and stop exposing their users to this vulnerability. ]
ClipCaster is an open source proof of concept app that shows how any installed app can read passwords when they're used from password management applications.
Ars Technica article: http://ars.to/1vwcmT0
Finds credentials when using RoboForm's 'fill-in' feature for Chrome (Android version at least 4.3) and KeePassDroid.
We do NOT store the passwords or send them anywhere; this app does not even have the Internet permission. The only place they are used is in the notification when they are sniffed.
Now on the open source app store, F-Droid: https://f-droid.org/repository/browse/?fdfilter=clipcaster&fdid=com.actisec.clipcaster
Scope of ClipCaster
ClipCaster will automatically detect credentials when used from RoboForm filling out fields in Chrome (thanks to Robert for the tipoff) and KeePassDroid's copying notification.
ClipCaster also has a clipboard history, collected while the app is switched on. Just hit the 'history' icon on the main app. With this you can see what any app is doing with the clipboard.
Scope of vulnerability
For all password managers: if it requires you pasting your credentials, it is vulnerable. If the manager has a built-in browser or keyboard, using that feature will almost definitely avoid the vulnerability. If the manager doesn't, type passwords manually to avoid the vulnerability
For LastPass: Even though it doesn't mention it, the 'fill-in' feature (the one that pops up with credential choices, as in the screenshots) uses the clipboard and so is vulnerable. The alternatives are: the LastPass keyboard (or input method as they call it), the built-in browser, or using a mobile browser with a browser-specific LastPass extension such as Dolphin.
If you're unsure whether a password manager's feature is vulnerable, ask the developers of the password manager. Alternatively, email email@example.com and we will attempt to check it out.
No permissions required
Source & Acknowledgements
This project is an independent implementation of the concept in "Hey, You, Get Off of My Clipboard - On How Usability Trumps Security in Android Password Managers" (http://fc13.ifca.ai/proc/4-2.pdf).
A special thanks to Arturo Blas-Jiménez, Daniel Resnick and Andrew Wilson for testing and to Valerio Bozzolan for the Italian localisation.
If any bugs are found, please put a description of them plus your version of Android on the issues page of the GitHub repo (https://github.com/activems/clipcaster/issues) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Currently supported are:
--See Grades, Announcements, Course Documents, Assignments, and more
--Access the most recent course activity on your Blackboard through the Notifications Dashboard
--Download attached files
Class Listing (schedule)
--View detailed information about each class
--Export your schedule to Google Calendar (4.0+)
--Locate a class easily on a map with the press of a button
Bevo Bucks balance and transactions
Dinein Dollars balance and transactions
--Building search (both by building name and 3-letter code)
--Campus bus routes with upcoming times for each stop
Resnet/PNA bandwidth usage graph (last 24 hours)
--Tap an item for its nutrition information
--Locate an exam easily on the campus map
If you notice strange data appearing in the app, send me an email! I'd love to troubleshoot with you so that your issue doesn't happen to anyone else.
Feel free to also email me at Chris_Roberts@utexas.edu for any other meaningful feedback!
Also, this app is quite unofficial, so don't expect any support whatsoever from UT itself.
UT Utilities also happens to be open source! If any intrepid developers would like to see the nasty mess that is my codebase they can check it out at https://github.com/NasaGeek/utexas-utilities
Yay UT! :D
See that Android phone in your hand? That's not Intel inside - it's powered by an ARM processor. The 'A' in 'ARM' stood for Acorn, a visionary British company that produced the seminal BBC Micro, and thirty years later - coming full circle - your phone hosts its venerable ancestor today.
Have fun reliving classic games from the 1980s, hosted by BBC Micro preservation website stairwaytohell.com - any questions, please email email@example.com
Works at the full 50 frames per second on most recent powerful Android phones and tablets. This means anything significantly better than an HTC Desire or Nexus One (except, annoyingly, the brand new Galaxy Nexus, because it has the archaic GPU from 2010's Galaxy S pushing 240% of the pixels), or any Android 3.x or 4.x tablet. If you try to run this thing on something like a Wildfire or a ZTE Blade, please don't whinge to us that it runs like a dog - just go and buy a Galaxy S II already ;) It's an extremely faithful emulation, way moreso than other machines' emulators, but if you think you can make it quicker, get involved - it's open-source - code it!
Works with the specialised controls of the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play (but doesn't run at 50 frames per second).
This FREE and OPEN SOURCE application - the source code is published on Github at https://github.com/littlefluffytoys/Beebdroid - is based on B-Em for Linux by Tom Walker and licensed under GNU General Public License v2.0 as detailed at http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html - we encourage others to assist us in developing Beebdroid further. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the license for more details.
Beebdroid does not ship with any third party programs such as games - these are accessed via third party websites which have hosted such programs for years. Should any licence holders object to third party websites providing such programs, please contact the third party websites in question. We are furthermore also happy on a best-effort basis to block the visibility of specific programs within Beebdroid upon written request from verified product licence holders. We are also able to offer an in-app payment solution for your programs in such circumstances - please contact us for details.
The rights to the BBC Micro ROMs are believed by the emulator community to have effectively fallen into the public domain, having lain unclaimed for many years - Acorn itself is of course long bankrupt, and the documentation for the rights is rumoured to have gone down in the World Trade Center on 9/11. If you believe that you have a claim to the ROMs that has never been disclosed to the emulator community, or indeed has never been proven under law, remember that this is a labour of love, a free and open source preservation effort, and so please talk to us in the first instance, cheers!
It uses the concept of repeated playing of single ayah or range of ayahs till you memorize it.
Download Surah from the list of available reciter and keep on playing it ayah by ayah until you memorize it.
The audio used are from http://www.everyayah.com, while Quran text and Quran translation files are from http://tanzil.net.
-Ayah wise Audio Playback
-Repeat single ayah
-Selecting a range of ayahs for audio playback.
-Restarting from the selected starting ayah
-Three themes available: Dark, Light and Creamy.
-Keep Screen On: This feature will keep the screen on during Quran memorization.
-Verse wise translation.
-Can show/hide translation.
-Translation available in four languages
English (Saheeh International)
Hindi (Muhammad Farooq & Ahmed)
Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia)
Maher Al Muaiqly
Abdul Basit Mujawwad
Abdul Basit Murattal
And Many more
Please leave us reviews of the application. Five stars would be very helpful.
If you have any comments, ideas or feedback, please leave a review or send an email @ firstname.lastname@example.org
If It has helped you in memorizing Quran, then please pray for the forgiveness of all Muslims.
If you have an idea and want to contribute. Then please check out https://github.com/drop2shoaib/EasyQuranMemorizer and starts contributing :)
-List recent earthquakes
-Filter earthquakes based on magnitude, time and nearest to you
-Set your default filter so you can see what you want when the app loads
-Works on any screen size, with enhancements for tablets
This app requires an Internet connection in order to retrieve the latest earthquake information.
Keywords: earthquake, USGS, PastMax, Pastmax, pastmax, demo
The source code for this app is available at https://github.com/pastmax
This is intended to be a demo app to illustrate many Android app development techniques. I hope you find it useful.