ArXiview is a new iPhone application billed as "a very easy way to surf
the last few weeks of arXiv postings."
Developed by Paul Gingspar then of the Los Alamos Nattional Laboratory
and now of Cornell University, arXiv.org provides "Open Access to
534,588 e-prints in Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Quantitative
Biology, Quantitative Finance and Statistics." [04-24-09].
arXiview was designed by Dave Bacon, a theoretical physicist at the
University of Washington, ... .
Feartures and Functionalities
Browsing arXiv categories by date
Keep up to date not just on the latest days posting, but postings from
the last week or any date you wish. The first iPhone arxiv browser to
offer full date browsing.
Search the arXiv by author, title, full text, with and without
restrictions to specific categories of the arXiv.
Save preprints to your iPhone for later, offline browsing. Organize your
offline readings in self-named folders.
Email yourself or others preprint information for later reference.
Read PDFs in both landscape and portrait mode.
Arrange arXiv categories and subcategories in an order of your
preference, for quick access
Thanks To Keita Bando. My Open Archive, Managaing Director, Nagoya,
Japan, For The HeadsUp!
BTW: My Youngest Daughter, Beth, Did Her Study Abroad In Nagoya ... .
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