The IP & Science business of Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading provider of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, today announced the launch of the first EndNote® software application (app) for the iPad®. This new app utilizes sync capabilities, enabling EndNote X6users to easily view, edit, organize and share their research materials from their iPad.
The EndNoteSync capability within the new app offers seamless access to users’EndNote libraries from multiple computers and devices, now including their iPad. It provides the ability to update, manage and synchronize references in EndNotedesktop and EndNote Web with just one click. Users will also be able to easily transfer their data and references, as well as attach PDF files from their existingEndNote libraries to the app, thus allowing them to manage and share their references with greater mobility.
The new EndNote for iPad app also includes a built-in Web browser and direct export capabilities, which enable users to search online databases and import references into their EndNote library. The app further allows functionality for reading and annotating full-text PDF files.
EndNote keeps its users in step with the constantly evolving world of scholarly research and publishing by providing the ability to search, organize and share reference materials, as well as automatically format bibliographies, cutting down on the time spent collecting research and writing manuscripts, patent applications and grant proposals. It is integrated with other industry-leading sources from Thomson Reuters, including the Web of KnowledgeTM, ScholarOneManuscriptsTMpeer-review systems and company research management and profiling tools.
“EndNote allows users to customize the way they organize research information and search databases,” said Chris Burghardt, vice president at Thomson Reuters. “Now, with the creation of the EndNote for iPad, users will be able to access their research and PDF files, with true mobility – anytime and anywhere – adding another dimension of accessibility and efficiency to their work.”