Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: 10.7
Processor type(s) & speed: 64 bits
RAM minimum: 1
Video RAM: 1
Version: papers 3.3.2 (354)
Intel, 64-bit processor
OS X 10.7 or later
Release Notes for Papers 3 - version 3.3.2 (354)
Performance & Stability
• General: App update checking has been re-enabled for users running Mac OS 10.11 El Capitan Public Beta 3/Developer Beta 5 or later, as this no longer results in a crash.
• Syncing: Reliability improvements to Wi-Fi syncing with local networks where Bonjour network communication is proving to be problematic.
• Syncing: Reliability improvements to device linking when using Wi-Fi syncing with devices with non-standard hostnames.
• Syncing: The list of devices available for Wi-Fi syncing is now correctly updated when devices come online or go offline.
• Search: Google Scholar no longer reports zero results for a search query that in fact had exactly one result.
• Keywords: Resolves a bug causing keyword duplication in certain circumstances with libraries that were migrated from older versions of Papers. Also cleans up the duplicate keywords.
• Library: Improvements to library management when switching between local libraries and libraries stored on Dropbox.
• Trash: Improves the performance of emptying the Trash.
• Citations: Updates CSL citation styles.
• Checking for updates is not possible when running certain versions of the Mac OS 10.11 El Capitan Public Beta. For more details regarding El Capitan Public Beta and Papers 3, visit our knowledge base.
Your personal library of research
Papers is an excellent tool to search for journals and research papers and keep them well organized on your Mac. A must for scholars and researchers. Papers was built specifically for everyone working with journals and research papers as a means to search for more documents and keep them all well organized. Papers 3 helps you collect and curate the research material that you're passionate about. From citations to search, Papers will improve the way you find, organize, read, and cite. You'll immediately notice the elegant interface, with its list of papers, groups and search engines on the left, search results and documents in the center, and a right-hand side dedicated to Help tools. Papers is particularly good at handling PDF documents. Papers integrates dozens of research engines such as ACS Portal, Citeseer or Google Scholar. You can also add more as plug-ins. To keep your journals organized, you'll find Papers is not unlike iTunes: smart groups can be created so that you don't have to worry about what papers are stored in what folder. The Help section in Papers is particularly thorough and having the forums integrated into the interface with tips and tricks available any time is really useful. The Help center itself provides lots of guides to fully master the program. You'll be able to open multiple journals or search results in tabs, add comments and notes and even share documents easily with other people. Mny efforts have been aimed at making the importing and exporting of PDF documents much easier. However, some users may find that syncing with iPads is still very temperamental.
More info: http://www.papersapp.com/mac/