Released: Dec 1st, 2017
Mac Platform: Intel
OS Version: OS X 10.10 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor
Includes: Pre-K’ed (The Shark)
Web Site: http://www.mekentosj.com/
An application that bundles all the great technologies that come with macOS to give you a complete new workflow for reading scientific articles
Papers is an OS X app suitable for anyone that wants to read as well as manage scientific documents and articles from the comfort of their desktop.
On top of that, Papers allows you to find, organize, archive and download articles with a single tool, without having to rely on multiple utilities for these jobs.
Multiple-filter powered search engine for rapidly pinpointing any article in the database
The Papers tool also comes bundled with a unique search feature that allows you to add multiple filters in order to find the article you need.
What's more, the application allows you to read your articles in full-screen, add notes to them and even send copies to your friends or family.
Inbuilt synchronizing engine for always being able to access your documents from wherever you are
Furthermore, Papers enables you to add your own PDF articles and it enables you to sync your home and work libraries, if needed.
In addition, with the help of Papers you can enter and modify citations, from one of the 6000+ styles available. The full-screen reading mode enables you to switch between multiple documents using tabs, making it much easier to work with multiple data sources.
Moreover, Papers provides you with a very handy interface and multiple navigation modes that will help you organize your work easier and faster.
Makes it easy and fast to manage your papers’ metadata
As an added benefit, the Papers app allows you to annotate and view supplemental files, download PDF when importing articles and it includes powerful metadata matching and discovery techniques.
Papers also provides you with the means to change the list text size, enable or disable animations and visual effects or reopen tabs from the last session upon start-up.
All in all, Papers proves that it has been designed from the ground up to help you effortlessly customize multiple reading and importing aspects like marking papers as read or creating collections upon importing two or more items in a lot less time than you've ever thought it's possible.
What’s new in Papers 3.4.12
December 1st, 2017
- Fixes an issue where Google Scholar search wouldn't return any search results.
- Adds Citations support for Ulysses