02-27-2013 12:46 PM
We do not have an EndNote application for Android devices. At this time the iPad is the only mobile device for which we have an application.
If you have an EndNote Web account, you can use the browser on the Android device to log into your EndNote Web library. You can add references to your EndNote web library, and if you are using EndNote X6, you can synchronize your EndNote Web library with your EndNote Desktop library. If you are using EndNote X5 or earlier you can transfer records between the Desktop and the web in either direction.
05-27-2013 06:34 PM
This feature has been requested for many years. There are all sorts of reasons why a accessing the EN Web account is not optimal (chiefly offline use). So could we get an answer as to whether EndNote even has any intention of developing an Android version?
05-31-2013 08:56 AM
I would be really interested by an Android version too. Don't forget that the market share of this OS is greater than iOS. And, after all, the number of enhancements in X7 is not so high.
07-19-2013 11:36 AM
I certainly understand your frustration. While I don't have any specific details about release plans, I can tell you that this is a feature that the product managers have been seriously considering.
What I can do is transfer this thread into the "Suggestions" forum, which is monitored by the Product Managers, which will serve as an additional "vote" for the feature's inclusion in a future version of our products.
I sincerely apologize for the inconvenience.
09-27-2013 08:34 AM
I agree with other posters that an Android version is needed and that the Android market share has since long surpassed iOS. Endnote is expensive and (Thomson) Reuters is a huge company with a lot of resources, this should be doable.
11-11-2013 05:10 PM
I believe the thousands of views on this topic as well as my additional reply should put a little rush out for you to please create an Android App immediatley or I will have to stop paying the (ridiculous amount) of $100 a year to upgrade and go with another service that does offer a mobile version to the largest mobile OS in the world.