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".
Not comprehensive I searched for my own publications, since I know them all. It appears to only go back to 2000 even with date set at unlimited.
MEDLINE unbound It not only completed my searches quickly without having to use a browser, it made it very easy to refine searches and save the results.
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.
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.
It cannot find simple searches that Google finds in no time. Very disappointing.
* Bug fixes
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