Quick Cite


What's New
Bug fix...
Size:
2.1 MB
Category:
Education
OS:
iOS
Developer:
Spectappular
Price:
$0.99
Compatible:
iPhone iPad
Requirements:
Compatible with iPhone
Version:
1.1

Description - Quick Cite

Spectappular , the publisher behind many iOS app (Highwind: FFXI Maps ,Quick Cite), brings Quick Cite with a number of new features along with the usual bug fixes. Quick Cite app has been update to version 1.1 with several major changes and improvements. App release that improves performance, provides several new options.

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works best on newer models of ios devices. found in 1 reviews
The works just as you'd expect. found in 1 reviews
chop chop. found in 1 reviews
What would've take me an hour before now took me seconds. found in 1 reviews
hey now. found in 1 reviews
Saves me loads of time overall. found in 1 reviews
feedback is cool. found in 1 reviews
but now my citations are formatted correctly WITH italicized titles. found in 1 reviews
I really like this but I use journal articles a lot. found in 2 reviews
Also the MLA citation is missing information in the example. found in 1 reviews
Good idea needs import compatibility for endnote etc. found in 1 reviews
but thought it could at least save me some time. found in 1 reviews
and the worst is no connection to bibliographic software. found in 1 reviews
until you fix it or will get a lot of bad publicity. found in 1 reviews
Won't even let me take a picture of the barcode. found in 1 reviews
Inaccurate and incomplete info. found in 1 reviews
still needs wrk: no city info for publisher. found in 1 reviews
But shouldn't be charging people money for this. found in 1 reviews
still needs wrk : no city info for publisher. found in 1 reviews

If you are iPhone and iPad owner,you now can download Quick Cite for $0.99 from Apple Store. The application is designed for use in English language. It weighs in at only 2.1 MB to download. The new Quick Cite app version 1.1 has been updated on 2014-11-05. The Apple Store includes a very useful feature that will check if your device and iOS version are both compatible with the app. Most iPhone and iPad are compatible. Here is the app`s compatibility information: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.Requires iOS 4.0 or later.
Bottom Line: For more information about Quick Cite check developer Spectappular`s website : http://www.quickcite.it


Snap a picture of a book s barcode and send a citation for the book to your email. Choose from APA, MLA, Chicago, or IEEE styles. Works best on newer models of iOS devices. == FAQ Hey ...
Inaccurate and incomplete info Formatting is incorrect in most styles Nice concept but I want my money back     Needs improvement to be a paid app
Lot of problems incomplete title many books not included and the worst is no connection to bibliographic software Either you make it free return money until you fix it or will get a lot of bad publicity its a great idea and scanning works excellent but nothing else     Paid after glowing review but this iss till beta
still needs wrk no city info for publisher wrong pub formatcould use a way to export to Endnote great idea but needs wrk to make it effective not just waist more time     missing key citing info wrong formating
Names need to be inverted place of publication is lacking Also would be nice if one could capture and email several citations together rather than emailing one citation at a time     Needs improvement
When I downloaded it at first its true that the formatting was a little off Not sure if something was fixed on their end but now my citations are formatted correctly WITH italicized titles It was able to recognize 15 out of the 17 books Ive thrown at it so far and its been accurate on each one Never reviewed an app before but this one deserves a better rating which will hopefully bring in more users which will then bring more development and more features Its definitely worth the 99 cents Also for those who question why you would need this if you have the book right in front of you 1 this gives me the titles authors publisher and year automatically It saves precious time when youre in grad school and are dealing with more than thirty books at any given time 2 its also great if youre in the library and have no real need to take out the book youre working from for example maybe you just want to quote a sentence or something from a book Just snap the picture and you have all the information you need              Good app with the potential to be great
I use to carry pounds of books with me even though all I needed was a citation With QuickCite I just scan their barcodes and manage the emails back home Love it                 Saves so much time
Just saw this on lifehacker Im glad im still in college this will be so useful this term Jus tried it out on my psych textbook and it worked like a charm                 Im glad im still in college
But shouldnt be charging people money for this Good luck on your next venture     Nice try kids
Hoping they have massive updates planned because this has a ton of potential        Feels like a beta
Good concept but neither the info returned nor the formatting were APA If it actually did what it SAYS it does this would be a great app     NOT APA
Im a university student and I picked up this app to help make citations for my psych essay What wouldve take me an hour before now took me seconds No more writing down useless information I didnt care about Quick Cite just emailed me a citation with the relevant information Sure the citation wasnt 100 perfect but it was close enough and gave me everything I needed Ive also been using it to keep track of the books I wanted to buy Just scan the book at the store and itll send you an email which you can use as a reminder For 99 cents this app is a steal                 Citations to Go
I bought this but I dont see how you snap the picture Also the MLA citation is missing information in the example It would also be helpful if book titles were in italics so you didnt have to go through and change them to italics Thats a pretty minor deal though compared to not even being able to scan the bar code in the first place     pretty crucial problems
I really like this but I use journal articles a lot If it can be done I hope to see it in a future update           Great concept
Scanner works well and finds most books Output to email is fine and can be pasted into a document but needs to be able to do multiple refs at once Also it needs a format with field names to allow input into EndNote or other citation databases     Good idea needs import compatibility for endnote etc
The works just as youd expect I use this for all my reports and in conjunction with latex Saves me loads of time overall              Gets the job done
Doesnt work at all Wont even let me take a picture of the barcode Do not buy     Terrible
Weve become so lazy that we are willing to spend money to buy an application for our SMART PHONE that scans the barcode of a book we are physically holding in our hands that tells us who wrote itWOW     I dont get it
I knew Id still doublecheck anything I got from this app but thought it could at least save me some time Like others have noted no formatting such as italics and indentions and no publisher location for APA That was for one book The other book could not be located via barcode Its a good idea     Wrong info


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