October 4, 2018

Thomson Reuters ProView™ Expands Mobile eBook Access for Professionals With New Android App and Enhanced iPhone/iPad App

NEW YORK, Oct. 4, 2018 — eBook resources are now even more accessible for legal and tax professionals and others with the new Thomson Reuters ProView Android app and enhanced iOS app v.4.1 for iPhone and iPad, making it easier than ever for on-the-go professionals to use leading eBook resources anywhere, anytime.

The ProView Android app and iOS app v.4.1 optimize ProView’s market-leading eReader technology for mobile use, enabling professionals to easily access and use ProView eBooks. In addition, the apps bring new features to ProView mobile users, including:

  • Improved content and topic search within titles
  • Importing of annotations
  • Easier editing of annotation labels
  • Notifications of updated titles or new titles being added to user’s library

ProView synchronizes activity across devices – whether smartphone, tablet or via browser. The Android and iOS apps allow users to seamlessly pick up where they left off with the Recent Activity feed for quick reference to recent research. Users can work either online or offline with their ProView features, such as the ability to create annotations and share content and links.

“Professional users are increasingly doing their work away from the office – meeting clients, in court, or after-hours,” said Eric González Canova, global head of ProView at Thomson Reuters. “The ProView Android app and iOS app version 4.1 enable users to have full ProView functionality wherever they are, on whatever device they may be using. ProView is an increasingly versatile platform that supports the mobile workflows of today’s professionals.”

Thomson Reuters ProView for Android is available from Google Play, and ProView iOS for iPhone and iPad v.4.1 is available from the Apple App Store.

Thomson Reuters ProView is a market-leading proprietary eBook platform for legal and tax professionals, with features that are specifically designed for professional use, such as navigation, annotation and sharing capabilities within digital libraries and titles. Many leading legal titles are available on ProView, such as titles from the American Bar Association in the U.S. and Archbold: Criminal Pleading, Evidence & Practice in the UK, as well as other authoritative content from Thomson Reuters and other publishers around the world.

ProView eBooks are published in seven languages across five continents and are available for Apple iPad and iPhone, Android devices, and Windows and Mac computers through Chrome, Firefox, Edge and Safari browsers.

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