November 26, 2015

Elsevier Launches an Updated Mobile Version of Science Direct

From Elsevier:

The updated mobile version of ScienceDirect now allows researchers to read journal articles on mobile devices through a specifically designed interface offering high readability and a streamlined page layout.

Users of ScienceDirect that access journal articles on a mobile device will automatically be directed to a dedicated page which offers an online experience tailored for mobile use. The mobile view is designed around how people work when they use mobile devices, including simple browse, scan, read or save-for-later features.


The mobile version of ScienceDirect now supports fast navigation, access to similar results, easy access to references, the ability to view tables and a pinch-to-zoom feature. Users can also choose to open articles as a PDF and can export articles to Mendeley, RefWorks, and in BibTeX format, among others.

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