Mendeley for iOS has just been updated featuring a flexible interface that can adapt to any iPhone or iPad size and screen orientation, allowing you to fully utilise the beautiful 5.5 inch screen of the iPhone 6 Plus.
All iOS users benefit from this upgrade though. iPhones of any type can now use the entire application in landscape mode. Icons and text weights have been given a bit of polish to make the app feel cleaner, and more consistent with the upcoming Mendeley for Android.
The PDF reader has had numerous bug fixes and performance improvements, laying the foundation for more reading and annotation improvements that we will be sharing with you throughout the year.
We’ve fixed a few things that had unfortunately broken in the previous release, including sync options, sort orders, and reading positions not being remembered when they should, as well as common crashes and sync errors.
Mendeley 2.5 for iOS is available now on the app store.
If you have any problems, please send a request to our helpful support team at email@example.com. If you like what we’re doing, leave us a review on the app store, or use the hashtag #Mendeley on Twitter. (it’s like our bat signal).
- Full iPhone 6+ support
- Landscape mode now available on iPhone
- Improved icons and font weights across the app
- Improved PDF reading experience & fullscreen mode
- ‘Define’ words now works offline and uses iOS dictionaries
- Profile images show in annotations and link to the user’s Mendeley profile
- Logging out and in as the same user no longer requires a full library re-sync
- “Reset database” button has been added to settings, which forces a full re-sync of the library, which should resolve most common sync errors.
- Adding a URL to a document works again
- Sync options remember their settings again
- Fixed multiple crashes on sync and when reading
- And finally, the always informative ‘Misc. bugfixes’