November 25, 2015

Nature Publishing Groups Releases New Version of NatureJournals iOS App

From the Nature Publishing Group:

A new version of the NatureJournals [was recently released], giving readers access to 34 Nature-branded research and review journals, and Scientific Reports, on the go. The app now works on iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.

Full access is available through an existing personal or mobile subscription.

2014-02-21_12-13-19All app users have free access to Nature news and all open access content in Nature Communications and Scientific Reports.

New features include a brand-new navigation and interface design, for a more responsive and simplified experience. Key functions include bookmarking, figure viewers and interactive functions, such as slideshows and videos.

The iPad version also has a new cover animation when opening journal issues, article level metrics provided by Altmetric, and simplified saved searches.

The new NatureJournals app replaces the Reader app, which is no longer available in the App Store. Existing subscriptions purchased via Reader will be honoured in the NatureJournals app.

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