Introducing the PLoS Medicine iPhone application

Some smart folks at the Center for Biomedical Informatics (CBMI*, a research center within the Harvard Medical School) have created a PLoS Medicine application for the iPhone.

To give it a test drive, simply visit the iTunes Application store and download it to your iPhone. To launch the application, simply touch the PLoS icon and you are immediately taken to a screen that contains the most recent and viewed articles, with an option to search for anything else from the current or archive issues using your touch keypad.

Other features include:

  • Clear article layout – with options to view the PDF or view online
  • Favorite and share – straight from your phone
  • Access the full archive – never be without the content you need again
  • Get further information – about PLoS in general and PLoS Medicine specifically

Now you can have PLoS Medicine in the palm of your hand wherever you go. We hope that you enjoy the experience!

* The CBMI developers welcome feedback on this release. Please send your comments or requests for technical support with the application itself to plos@healthmap.org.

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3 Responses to Introducing the PLoS Medicine iPhone application

  1. Emilio Herrera says:

    Hello. What about us folks with a smartphone that’s not an iphone (such as a phone with windows mobile)? Can we get an analogous app? Thanks

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