We have all been waiting for Mendeley's Android version and now it's out! Thanks for the fantastic job, Mendeley team! I already noticed that a concentrated list of all notes and annotations as in the desktop version is missing and would be a welcome addition. I also noticed that I cannot add sticky notes on any blank spot on a PDF, but only on text, which is quite limiting. <<>>
Overall I really like it and find it useful. One feature that would be very nice to have is the ability to customize text and background colors like some pdf readers do (foxit for example). I find reading black text on a white background on a screen to be uncomfortable, and I know lots of other people do as well. Until this feature is added, I'll be opening the files externally in other pdf readers to read
Totally RUBBISH! Doesn't even work on my android! Not one single function works! No search! No sync! No open documents I have! Nothing! I am frustrated bcoz I actually heard It was good. Apparently It is absolutely not.
Made for pro scientist, developed by amateur coder. They even don't know how to sync files properly. Missing pdfs will be your daily problem here, especially when you use it together with desktop version. And the problem will stay longer because the developer never use the app, they are not scientist anyway, they never feel how important our pdf files.
Very annoying app. I spent 15 minutes trying to figure out how to import a pdf paper that I downloaded from arxiv. Gave up in the end.
The desktop allows you to add annotations to the PDF. The mobile app, however, does not have this functionality. Could you please add this functionality to the next update?
- Updated PDF Library
- Improved performance
- Fixed a crash when opening PDFs in an external app using Android 7
- Several backend updates and bug fixes
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