August 14, 2012 at 8:29 am 1 comment

St George's Library blog

The new BMJ tablet app provides the weekly BMJ print journal’s selection of research, comment, and education, specifically designed for offline tablet reading. It is FREE to all current BMJ institutional and personal subscribers and BMA members and is available via your Safari browser at bmj.com/tablet (currently only accessible to iPad users). Users are advised to save to their iPad Home Screen whilst in the library for the best user experience.

Key benefits

  • Key content from the weekly print issue designed for tablet reading
  • Allows offline reading where there’s no mobile coverage
  • Easy to access when you bookmark to your home screen
  • FREE to all BMJ institutional and personal subscribers and BMA members

For further information see the BMJ’s information pages

Ipad users download the app from http://tablet.www.bmj.com/

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