PubMed On Tap searches PubMed and PubMed Central to find, display, and import reference information and pdfs of the full article (if you have access privileges). You can search your personal reference library, organize your references in groups (static and smart), and email references from your device to yourself or others in a form suitable for reading or importing into desktop reference management applications. Many features are optimized for reference retrieval and management (advanced boolean searches, search for Full Text or Free Full text, recall recent searches, etc.).
Note: PubMed sometimes mistakenly lists a restricted Full Text article as Free Full Text, and PubMed On Tap identifies them as such. In these cases, you'll need access privileges to read the Full Text.

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• “Top 5 Apps you will really use.” — Practice Magazine, Optometrists Association Australia
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• “Libraries looking for ways that the iPhone might change user's interactions with academic databases need look no further than the PubMed On Tap application.” — The UWTLIT Weblog

[The latest version is in the free "Bench Tools" app.] PubChase is a biomedical literature search and recommendation tool. Search publications in a smarter way, organize and store papers in your library, and discover new papers of interest to you.

Key Features:
• Smarter search of all PubMed citations
• Save articles and PDFs to your library
• Personalized recommendations of new publications, based on the papers in your library
• Synchronized library and PDF access between your computer and mobile device

This is a chemistry app for researchers.

Sketch and search within the 1.4M compound ChEMBL 19 dataset. Searching, property calculation and depiction is done from the stored 2D co-ordinates from ChEMBL within the app on your device not via a web service.

 

 

Remember the Star Trek computer? It's finally happening--with Wolfram|Alpha. Building on 25 years of development led by Stephen Wolfram, Wolfram|Alpha has rapidly become the world's definitive source for instant expert knowledge and computation.

Across thousands of domains--with more continually added--Wolfram|Alpha uses its vast collection of algorithms and data to compute answers and generate reports for you.

Parts of Wolfram|Alpha are used in the Apple Siri Assistant; this app gives you access to the full power of the Wolfram|Alpha computational knowledge engine. Domains covered by Wolfram|Alpha include: