CJSM on your iPad – New CJSM iPad App

Freely available from the Apple iTunes store, the CJSM iPad app finally allows readers to download and read the journal on the iPad format. The app optimizes the best in digital technology to enhance a print-like reading experience with seamless multimedia integration, easy navigation and more.

Once editions are downloaded, they can be read offline and subsequently stored on your iPad or archived for future downloading should you wish to view in the future.

The iPad version of the journal is written in an intuitive format, and allows readers to read the journal in a similar way as if reading the hard copy using horizontal swipe motion to access different articles, and vertical swipe motion to advance pages within a particular article. In addition, there is a menu access which allows direct access to individual articles or pages within articles, together with a menu bar access at the bottom of the page which appears on tapping the page.

Articles may be favourited and added to your favourites list. Article links can easily be emailed to colleagues by using the mail icon next to the article presentation bar, and corresponding authors can be emailed directly by tapping the underlined email links at the bottom of each article.

Text size is easily adjustable by using the pinch and zoom feature. In addition, there will be more exciting multimedia content including videos, images, and supplements as these become available which will bring your edition of CJSM to life.

Supplemental data will be available by via links to the main CJSM website.

You can currently enjoy limited-time complementary access to download and view journal content using the CJSM iPad app without a sign-in.

The app is available via the link at the iTunes website. Give it a try, and don’t forget to let us know what you think of it.

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About Chris Hughes
Associate Editor, Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine

3 Responses to CJSM on your iPad – New CJSM iPad App

  1. Pingback: There’s an App for that 2.0 | Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine Blog

  2. becky says:

    it seems as if I cannot put this app on my droid phone. Is that correct?

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