This version fixes display issues for iOS 11.
Ratings and Reviews
State of the art in mobile access to journals
The world of academic publishing is restrictive and slow to change, but BrowZine makes the best of this environment. It offers as near to seamless access to your library’s subscriptions as you’ll find anywhere.
The support team is very responsive and helpful, and the product developers are proactive in proposing and making improvements.
Potential is there but UX development is slow
This app is excellent for keeping up to speed on journals that i read when paired with access granted through my institution. The problem is that there are so many middle men in the business of online journal reading and this app that keeping them all streamlined must be hell. Also the user interface is quite past century. Not a big inconvenience but i prefer QxMED interface so much more because it offers ability to make a suggested article stream and snapshot of articles that i can go through and read the ones that i have interest in.
It also lacks in identifying the special interests of its readers and then coming up with suggestions based on that. There might be a way but i am not aware of it.
I’ve been using BrowZine for a few months, and the most recent update is great. It’s easy to use—login once and it remembers my infos, the app finds and loads PDFs quickly. I’ll keep using it for my reading!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.