I received an email today from Kathleen McEvoy at EBSCO Publishing. They are beginning to release mobile applications, the first for the iOS. eBook reading applications will follow (see last line below). More information is also available in the press release.
From the email: The new iPhone app is available free from the iTunes App Store and provides easy authentication for users via a library’s EBSCOhost profile.
The iPhone app introduces new features including the ability to view content in visual landscape mode and the option to save articles and PDF full-text content on the device for offline viewing. The app also includes existing EBSCOhost features such as limiting to full text, date ranges, peer-reviewed content or by publication. Continue reading