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New Elsevier mobile app helps researchers keep up to date

on Mon, 02/24/2014 - 11:36

Elsevier’s latest mobile app, availabe on the Elsevier WebShop, is the publisher-neutral Research Highlights, which is free to anyone who needs to keep up to date with the new research that is being published in their field. The Research Highlights app harnesses the power of Scopus to let researchers track critical search terms across more than 20,000 peer-reviewed journals from hundreds of publishers.

Once you've downloaded the app and set up your preferences, you can check author-written bulleted highlights and/or the abstract to determine which articles to read in full. Then, with a single click, you can send a full text URL to your email inbox. Back at your desk you will find the selected articles waiting -- whether to print off, or read on a full-size screen. Your content licenses will also be recognized, ensuring seamless access to all the content you have rights to! 

We think Research Highlights is especially handy because it allows users to follow new research from all

Updates to Scopus iPhone/iPad apps

on Thu, 10/24/2013 - 18:00

It’s been awhile since the last update for our Scopus Alerts iPhone/iPad app. The new updated Scopus Alerts apps are now available with the following major changes:

  • Solved citations retrieval issue on iOS6
  • Improved graphics (retina display)
  • Fixes for new iOS versions 

The Scopus app will work on any device with iOS 4.3 or higher and it has been optimized for the iPhone 5. For  iPad 1 users, you will not have full screen support but are able to use x2 zoom in order to enlarge the app on their screen. For iPad 2 devices or higher supports the full screen display of the Scopus Alerts app.

You can download your update at the following location:

Scopus Alerts free:

Scopus Alerts paid: