be accessible online.
It would be great to access my ReadCube database in a web-browser. So if I am on a computer where ReadCube is not installed or that I share with other people (e.g. in a lab) I can still access, manage, read and edit my papers.
To access ReadCube from any browser – go to app.readcube.com and login to access your account.
Michael Brashier commented
I was just about to request the same thing. Sometimes you are at the library or elsewhere and just need to access your articles or find something you want to add to your database. Being able to do it right there is Outstanding.
Adam Syanda commented
Thank you so much! This is an incredibly useful feature for academics!
Paul Levy commented
Philip G. Kerr commented
An excellent idea Johannes! It didn't take a million votes to get the feature implemented.
Really useful feature. Waiting for the arrival.
Kat Jackson commented
I have a windows 8 RT tablet, so I can't download ReadCube for windows unless I jailbreak.
I'd love to have this accessibility, especially since I can't annotate on an android yet.
Charalampos Adam commented
It is the only reason I use Cloud Servises (like Evernote or Google Drive) instead of Readcube.
Nick Schubert commented
This would be a great feature! Also for people who don't have a tablet or sometimes work on other computers.