CiteThis a Android application that assists in the often arduous task of academic referencing. By the use of cameras fitted on compatible Android phones, CiteThis scans the barcodes of books. Once a book has been scanned, the user can select a variety of referencing formats and save them to project folders directly on the internal memory of the device.
Projects can be browsed and reference records selected allowing you to edit as well as view any cover art of the book along with other useful information regarding it's publishing. The referencing style of any given reference record can be changed as many times as deemed necessary by you. CiteThis also supports: manual ISBN entry, manual referencing and academic journal search.
Projects can be exported via your chosen email in the format of an EndNote file and plain text.
Please understand this is a free app with no advertising, so I try to respond to fixes ASAP but it's primarily a side project of mine.
- Barcode scanning and manual barcode entry
- A fully functional academic journal article search
- Supports MLA, APA, AMA, Harvard & Chicago formats.
- Easy project creation and editing.
- Fully compatible with EndNote.
- and more...
-Fixed error causing crashes on certain devices.
-Fixed bug causing AMA to sometimes be saved as APA.
-Fixed a few GUI issues when running on tablets.
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-UI overhaul for Android 3.0 and higher
-exported plain text references are now sorted alphabetically