Take a look! BrowZine.com is now accessible on your smart phone for all of the “public” features that do not require you to sign into your account (My Bookshelf and My Articles). The mobile responsive one nicely suggests to the user to download the app to use these features. We will be following up this release by another one in the future that will contain mobile responsive versions of those features as well. Thanks for your interest in this enhancement!
Good news! We agreed this is a valuable feature and one we are working on!Anonymous commented
It would be useful if you could access the publisher's website or a third party website. For example, to access my personal account of the Entomological Society of Am., I first need to login to their page, where they store a cookie that lets me access the journals website
Good news! We plan to work on presenting abstracts this year. Abstracts will come from a variety of sources, so will appear as we are able to add them, likely starting this summer. Thanks for your interest!
25 votesunder review · AdminJohn @ Third Iron Support (President, Third Iron Library Technologies) responded
Thank you! We are definitely looking at the best way to address this. For now, you can always “Open In…” to such other programs on the iPad, but we certainly see the value in doing this within the app itself. Stay tuned and we’ll update this space when we indeed are committed to this feature!
129 votesunder review · AdminJohn @ Third Iron Support (President, Third Iron Library Technologies) responded
Thanks for your comment! This is something we have been considering so thank you for showing your interest in this as well.