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BrowZine makes it easy to keep up to date with the key journals in your field. Read on the sofa or at your desk!

browzine web

As well as on your device, our popular eJournal browsing service is available as BrowZine Web on your desktop or laptop with new functionality - bookmark and re-use links to our journal lists.

  • Easily find, read and keep track of the latest articles published each week or month.
  • Create your own collection of favorite journals
  • Receive alerts when new issues are published
  • Build reading lists of articles with durable links
  • Sync with the BrowZine app for iOS and Android
  • Save to EndNote, Zotero, Mendeley, Dropbox and others. Email articles, or save to read offline. (April 2015: EndNote support available for iOS users, Android coming soon)
  • EndNote appears as a Bibliographic Management export option from the PDF view in BrowZine. With a single tap, users may export citation and PDF data directly from BrowZine to their EndNote libraries.
  • Choose "Open in.." to open PDFs in another PDF reader on your tablet to annotate.
  • Publishers supported by Browzine
  • It offers some support for publish-ahead-of-print content

Browzine for devices

browzine logoYou only need the Browzine app on your iPad, iPhone, Android smartphone or tablet to read almost all the Library's eJournals from 2005 onwards.

What devices does it support?

Currently, BrowZine is available on iPad, iPhone, Android smartphones and some Android tablets.

How to download and use BrowZine

Download BrowZine on iTunes App StoreDownload BrowZine on Google Play StoreDownload BrowZine on Amazon App Store

  • Download and start using BrowZine by clicking on the appropriate link above from your device.
  • Open BrowZine and Go to “Choose Library”, search for and University of Sydney.
  • Login with your UniKey (Your credentials will only be stored on your personal device).
  • Go to “Titles A-Z” to search for a specific title by name or keyword, OR “Subjects” and select subject area. Start browsing!
  • If you don't find your journal under Subjects, tap "Titles A-Z" and type a Title keyword in the search box.

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