Web-based Version: http://www.browzine.com/libraries/246/
Download for Mobile Device: http://thirdiron.com/download/
Browsing journals and scanning articles is a leading way researchers stay abreast of trends in their field. With the decline of print, databases have become the primary way publishers deliver journals. Databases, however, are designed for searching, not reading. BrowZine unites articles from databases into complete journals, then arranges them by subject on a newsstand, allowing users to browse, read and monitor scholarly journals on the web or their mobile device. Currently, BrowZine works with iOS, Android, and Kindle Fire (based on Android platform), and a web-based version of the application was released in July 2015.
With BrowZine you can:
- Browse all library subscribed content from 2005 to present in leading journals from publishers such as Nature, Elsevier, Springer, and Wiley.
- Save up to 64 journals on a custom book shelf.
- Request notifications whenever new content is released in any journal, much like subscribing to a journal and receiving each new issue in the mail.
Here is a list of all publishers currently compatible with BrowZine: http://support.thirdiron.com/knowledgebase/articles/132654-what-publishers-do-you-support
Here is an FAQ page for BrowZine: http://support.thirdiron.com/knowledgebase