BrowZine, a free application that allows users to access thousands of scholarly journals via smartphone or tablet, is now available at WUSTL. Check it out! BrowZine is optimized to function with mobile devices, making it possible for on-the-go users to search for, read, save, and email current journal articles. Users can perform searches by title or subject matter and create personal bookshelves featuring their top selections.
BrowZine is free to all WUSTL students, faculty, and staff. Many of WUSTL’s online journals can be accessed with the application. BrowZine is simple to install and easy to manage. Here are some tips for getting started: To set up your device(s), go here and download the app from iTunes, Google play, or Amazon. Open the app, choose Washington University in St. Louis from the drop-down menu, and sign in with your WUSTL key. It’s that easy!
BrowZine users can download PDFs of articles, export articles to other apps, including Box, and share their selections on Zotero, Mendeley, or EndNote. They can also register and sync multiple devices from a single email address.
BrowZine fans have tweeted that it’s a "life-changing app" and the "best thing to happen to e-journals ever." This introductory video will help you get started.