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I love it!

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I have tried many bibliographic management software. Qiqqa is the best.


Amazing Qiqqa - Big Fan.

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I am using Qiqqa for almost six years now. Qiqqa is one of my must have package, and I use it on daily basis. It helped me a lot during my thesis writing particularly. I always strongly recommend it to my research students and colleagues. Though, the interface seems a bit complex at first, but when you get use to it, you will appreciate the endless functionalities it offers. I wish, I could have a premium account.

Five Stars from me.



I really recommend it for Windows users

about Qiqqa · ·

Easy to understand and use. It makes all my research go easier.

I love how it identifies and uploads all the papers I am using (sometimes it makes mistakes though).


There is no Linux option.

about Qiqqa · ·

They have very clearly stated in their download page ( ) as of July 2015:

"A Linux version is not currently available."

Moderator could you please remove the 'linux' tag.

  • Please note - having a web option does not make it linux. They should give a package that I can download and install on my machine.

  • A firefox plugin does not make it linux.

[Edited by music, July 16]


No Online Version for Mac, Linux, others

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There is NO online version of Quiqqa for Mac, Linux, or any other platform besides Windows and Android; web access is through the desktop/mobile app!

Qiqqa is incredible. It let's me record and recall all the important information in my PDFs. The annotation report is amazing and distills the important information from thousands of pages instantly.

I use it on a Mac by running Windows inside Parallels. Also use it on the go on my Android. The web version's handy for sharing papers. I've made my library public too as it might be helpful to others. is the online portal to accessing your Qiqqa libraries on Max, Linux, Windows, and tablets.

Truly useful and comprehensive.
Few bugs sometimes come out but manageable