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Collect, collaborate, create from anywhere with the EndNote app - the world's most popular research management tool. With flexible tools for searching, organizing, sharing research, and creating bibliographies, the EndNote app extends your ability to stay on top of cutting edge research and connect with your EndNote library on the go.<br><br>EndNote enables you to easily view, edit, organize, and share research material on your iOS device. By syncing your research library across iOS, online, and desktop, you increase the power of EndNote by gaining seamless access to your reference library from multiple devices and platforms.<br><br>The EndNote app includes:<br>- Sign up for a free, EndNote online account or sign in to an existing account<br>- Synchronize your library references, attachments, and PDF annotations to your online account and X9 desktop<br>- Built in web browser to search Clarivate Analytics Web of Science, PubMed, Google Scholar, your library catalog, or any other database you choose<br>- Built in PDF viewer with wide range of annotation features. Annotations made can be synced and edited online and on the X9 desktop<br>- Importing capabilities for .ris, .nbib, and other popular reference file formats<br>- Email and copy options for sharing references and file attachments with collaborators<br>- EndNote “temporary citation” format support<br>- Attach files from Dropbox, OneDrive or Google Drive to your references (accounts available separately)<br>- Viewing and editing options for references and file attachments<br>- Sorting, searching, and grouping options for references and file attachments<br>- Getting Started Guide documentation
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The app is overall good. However, to make the app a great resource for reading and annotating papers, please consider better Apple Pencil integration (double tapping, scrolling with finger while in annotation mode with pencil, etc.). In addition, for some reason, switching between apps from EndNote does not seem to be working. Finally, the search function for new papers to add to the library should be improved as well (right now, I primarily rely on the Mac app to add new papers and sync). The web interface is not particularly helpful. It would be easier to search directly in the app and import the paper right into the library.
The lack of a good iOS app had moved me away from the gold standard of reference apps, which is endnote. To my surprise Endnote has made a great come back! Specifically: 1) iPhone app 2) great integration with pubmed and google scholar and easy downloading of citations 3) create temporary citations, which in conjunction with endnote web allow for a 100% iOS workflow to create bibliography on scientific articles. WOW! 4) the PDFs of the references can be shared and are not locked in inside the app There are a couple more things that if they get incorporated, then they would improve even more the great experience. These things in order of perceived (by me) complexity are: 1) allow the customization of the info that gets presented about an article. Specifically I don’t like that I have to “dig in” to find my research notes about an article, I would like them to show up on the top 2) allow for subgroup creation 3) allow the PDFs to be accessed by files app 4) automatic citation creation for newly imported PDFs (similar to what the desktop app does) 5) automatic download of PDFs (similar to what the desktop app does)
The overall use of the app is great. The improvements in pdf annotation and support for Apple Pencil are a life changer. I do most of my readings on the iPad and manage my library on the Mac app, which is really slow compared to the iOS version. However, a really important feature is not present in the iOS version. How to filter and/or change the read flag for a reference. Once I read, and annotate the document on the iPad, and sync my libraries, on the desktop app the reference still is flagged as unread. The same on the iPad is not trivial to find out which references I read or not. That’s the only reason of not given the app a 5 star.
I think this app works great in conjunction with the desktop version. In fact, the desktop could do with some updating to be on par with the app in terms of sleek UI and intuitive operations. That said, I have had quite a lot of issues in terms of syncing with the desktop in the past and the library taking a really long time to update. At the moment, the app is unusable to me because it will not get past the ‘indexing references’ stage upon start up. It crashes at 88% every time.
This app greatly extends the usefulness of DESKTOP EndNote into the mobile domain. Annotation of pdf is greatly improved in version 3.0, so this app now earns 5 stars from me. One request to the developers: moving a ref between groups is not intuitive on the iPad (it is very intuitive in the desktop version). Can you implement drag and drop? BTW - Telephone support by the developer is first rate.
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EndNote is ranking in Productivity & Reference
Last update was at Mar 23, 2019and the current version is 3.0.1.
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EndNote have a 74a user reviews.
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