Don’t Forget to Download your Gastroenterology and CGH iPad Apps

March 28, 2013

Last summer, Gastroenterology and Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology (CGH) launched iPad apps designed to make staying abreast of the latest research published by the AGA journals easier than ever before. If you haven’t already, make sure to download the free apps in the Apple store and take the AGA journals with you for quick and easy reading on the go. The apps are chock-full of intuitive features, including easy-to-navigate table of contents; abstract previews; full-text and PDF views; and note-taking, bookmarking and sharing functionality. Content dating back to January 2011 for both journals are included in the apps.

To locate the apps in the Apple store, search for “Gastroenterology” or “Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology.” The apps will appear in your device’s “Newsstand” after you download them. As a member of the AGA, you can access the full-text content of each journal issue on your iPad at no additional cost.

As a reminder, to access the content, you will need to first register and claim access to your online journal subscription, using your AGA member ID. Once you register and claim access, you will use the login information you obtain from that process to access the journals’ content on the iPad apps. The apps have a “Remember Me” feature so that you only have to enter your login information one time. Gastroenterology and CGH have posted detailed instructions for how to complete the registration/claim access process.

Don’t delay — download your free Gastroenterology and CGH iPad apps today and access the latest research in the field of digestive disease anywhere, any time.

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