12-18-2014 12:08 PM
Yes. We are currently working on an Android smartphone app for EndNote. We would love input on exactly what you all would like us to include.
If you have any suggestions, please reach out to me directly.
Jason Rollins, the EndNote team [jason [dot] rollins [@] thomsonreuters [dot] com]
04-01-2015 04:04 PM
Any update on the progress? Hope that it will be optimized for tablet as well. Microsoft Word for Android is free for devices with smaller than 10.1" screen. So it will likely to use an Android tablet to do all regular research writings if a compatible Endnote is available.
01-25-2016 10:32 AM
Agree that an android app is very necessary. I've been using Mendeley for years both on desktop and tablet; recently joined a new lab that uses EndNote, and am very dissapointed in the lack of support for a major mobile platform.
Any new updates on the status of development for Android support?
12-27-2016 01:22 AM
Why is it so difficult for such big company to produce/create an Android App for "ENDNOTE". People have been asking and waiting for many number of years and sincere step / trail from Thomson Reuters end.
i think because "Endnote" has good amount of market share in their IP & Science Business and that might be one of the many reason why they are very negligent about these requests for "Endnote Android App".
That is why, there must always be a very good competitor for super good product, then requests would go into implementation pahse. In case of negligence / no response from product company, people should be ready with / relay on "UN-SATISFIED CUSTOMER" propoganda. Eventually that would help customers get their answers quick OR kill the product.
I suspect that there is no investment in "Android app development Team" due to TR incurring losses yeat after year since last 2/3 years. So keep thinking on how ling this "Endnote" is going to be in existence!