One tiny suggestion I really like the search experience on the app and the ability to tag papers for later. However, I find the native PubMed tagging (with individual folders for each topic of interest) far superior. If there could be a way to sync with my PubMed account, I would give this app 5 stars.
Very different experience on phone compared to tablet, clearly Some of the important features mentioned in the description not supported or totally missing on the phone -- "exporting to reference management softare" -- very crude -- in effect, it produces a file which, with a great deal of additional work, might, maybe, be usable in your citation manager; and grapherence, not surprisingly, is totally missing from the phone. Especially given the lack of support for reference management systems I cannot give it any more than 3 * for the phone version. Even the basic, current, version of Zandy does a better job at this than this app. Moreover, "suppport" from dev is almost totally lacking, and doesn''t address real questions, just provides more "marketing hype".
Useful app Can't access all articles but it sure has made my thesis easier to compile articles for. I find it very useful and handy.
Excellent quick ref for citation Browsing through citations made easy. Very useful app as reference source ...keeping up with evidence... ...on the go.
Just what I 'needed'!!! Thanks a lot for making this app... And that too so awesome!! Really appreciate the simple way in which everything has been put up!!! Thanks a lot!! Also if you could make an app for genebank or ncbi directly, I would be the first to download it... But seriously, Thanks!!!
Great stuff Works smoothly and appears just as good at returning results as the full website. I'm not a scientist so I'm surprised that all this is free to the curious public.
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