[Editor’s Note–We thought you’d like to know: this 2013 post is out-of-date. Find info on Mendeley’s current abilities here, and details about the 2021 sunset of the mobile apps here.]
We’re very proud to announce the release of the all new Mendeley for iOS. We’ve rebuilt the app from the ground up to make it fast, fluid and easier to use than ever before. It’s available today for FREE on the app store.
It’s been a long time coming. We’ve listened to your feedback, and have taken our time to ensure that we’ve crafted a great product, that makes your research workflow quicker and much more efficient.
- Redesigned from the ground up to deliver the best possible mobile experience
- Highlight important text and record your thoughts with sticky notes
- Sync highlights and notes to Mendeley Desktop on Windows, Mac, or Linux
- Sync wirelessly without interrupting your workflow
- Easily tap-to-download full-text files
- Fullscreen reading in any orientation
- Explore papers related to the one you’re reading
- Supports nested folders in your library and groups
- Easily tag documents or add them to folders
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As you may know, the Mendeley Web Importer lets you effortlessly import articles from the web into your Mendeley library. It is a great tool for saving your research while you browse the many supported sites for later reading and citing.
We’re happy to announce that a new version of the Web Importer has just been released with a much-improved user interface. Additionally, as the Web Importer does not display in a popup window any more, you no longer have to worry about fiddling with your browser’s popup blocker settings.
If you already use the Web Importer, you will see the new updated interface right away (unless you have a really old version, in which case, you will be prompted to reinstall the Web Importer). New users can follow the simple installation instructions, and see how it really makes importing articles a breeze.
You can also save multiple articles at once from supported search-results pages such as Google Scholar, PubMed, Science Direct, and more.
This is going to be the first of the many improvements we will be bringing to the Web Importer over the next few months. Some other features we’ll be looking at will include improved full-text download support, browser extensions, mobile support, and wider support for different sites in general. As always, we really want to hear your feedback, so leave a comment below!