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Are you an iOS user? Access scientific articles in your device without hitting a paywall

Catherine Kuliavets, Tuesday 11 February 2020 | Annotate
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Claus Wolf, with CORE’s support, has developed the OA Helper - a  brand new application, which enables iOS users to search for scientific articles in their devices without hitting a paywall. Fascinated by Open Access and Open Source, Claus Wolf implemented CORE Discovery and CORE Recommender into this application.  Claus Wolf says: “Open Access provides a level playing field on which innovation can be built and also serves as a field for learning. Creating a tool that would support Open Access for macOS & iOS users thus seemed like a worthwhile endeavour and it turned out to be a great learning opportunity for him.” To install this application on your device, just visit the Apple Store site.



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