Organize Journal Articles With Papers

Thursday, July 23, 2009 at 10:33 PM
This next one goes out to all my MA/PhD students in the house. Papers pretty much amazing. It's your one-stop-shop for downloading and organizing PDF academic papers. If you are familiar with the iTunes interface (and who isn't?), Papers will feel very natural to you.

Papers gives you the ability to group your articles into different "collections," which are essentially the same as playlists in iTunes. I find it very useful to set up collections for each class and sub-collections for each week of assigned reading. It almost makes 30 hours of journal reading per week fun!

Papers is free for 30 days and $25 with a student rebate.


  1. Jared Says:

    I hate iTunes, so very much.

  2. Owen Says:

    What program do you use and what about it do you like better? (Besides that it's not Apple.)

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