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Mobile Websites and Apps: Mobile Apps

List of mobile websites, apps, and devices Cornell patrons may use.

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AACR (American Association for Cancer Research)

Description/instructions: Access AACR journals anywhere through apps designed specifically for these devices. You can browse AACR journals, e-mail article links to yourself for later reference, and save articles to your Favorites list. The apps will include a caching feature that will enable you to read the full text of articles in your Favorites even when your device is offline

Devices: iPadiPhone/iPod

 

AIP

Description/instructions: Allows users to download articles to their iphone/ipod so that the articles can be read while offline.  See also: AIP iPeerReview - "Authors and reviewers can check the status of their article with our new iPeerReview iOS app."

Devices: iPhone/iPod

 

American Chemical Society

Description/instructions:

  • Up-to-the minute access to new ACS ASAP Articles, personalized across the entire portfolio of 39 peer-reviewed ACS Journals.
  • An indexed list of more than 35,000 research articles published annually, complete with graphical and text abstracts.
  • A feed of the "Latest News" from Chemical & Engineering News Online.
  • Interface to full-text article access (via wireless or Virtual Private Networks (VPN)) for users at institutions that subscribe to ACS Journals. ID/password-based access is also an option for individuals who subscribe to ACS journals as part of their ACS member benefits package.

Devices: iPhone/iPodAndroid

 

Music Online by Alexander Street Press

Description/instructions: "Wherever you see the “send to mobile” icon, you are able to obtain a "shortlink" to enable playback on your mobile device."

Devices: iPhone/iPodAndroid

 

BioOne

Description/instructions: Users associated with an institutional subscription can easily pair their device with their university's access privileges. Download the pair your device guide (.pdf) for detailed instructions.

Devices: iPadiPhone/iPodAndroidBlackberry

 

Books24x7 On the Go

Description/instructions: Users can search and browse through titles on the site, or bring companion content, PDFs, video or audio files with them as they travel.

Devices: iPhone/iPodAndroidBlackberry

 

eBrary

Description/instructions: With ebrary’s iOS and Android apps, researchers can access content on the ebrary platform, including their institution’s e-books from leading publishers and documents uploaded by librarians with DASH! (Data Sharing, Fast).

Devices: iPad, iPhone/iPod, Android

 

Elsevier SciVerse ScienceDirect

Description/instructions: Text

Devices: iPad, iPhone/iPod, Android, Blackberry

 

Gale Cengage Databases

Description/instructions: After a one-time log-in using their college-issued e-mail address, students have free, unlimited, 24/7 access to your library's reputable, authoritative Gale online resources.

Devices: iPhone/iPod. Android

 

Ingenta

Description/instructions: Apparently the app costs money and offers no full text. Not recommended.

  

National Journal

Description/instructions: Text

Devices: iPhone/iPod, Android

 

Naxos Music Library and Naxos Music Library Jazz

Description/instructions: You need to create an account before you can make use of the app. To do so go to the registration page on your computer.

Devices: iPhone/iPod, Android

 

New England Journal of Medicine

Description/instructions: The NEJM iPad Edition contains weekly issues that combine all content from the New England Journal of Medicine print edition with key multimedia features found on NEJM.org. NEJM offers several different iPhone and iPod Touch applications for medical professionals.

Devices: iPad, iPhone/iPod

 

OECD

Description/instructions: App available for iphone and android.

Devices: iPhone/iPod, Android

 

Science Magazine

Description/instructions: Text

Devices: iPhone/iPodAndroidBlackberry

 

Springer

Description/instructions: Text

Devices: iPhone/iPod