JabRef is not available for iPad but there are some alternatives with similar functionality. The best iPad alternative is ReadCube Papers. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try PubChase or Auratikum. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked more than 25 alternatives to JabRef and nine of them are available for iPad so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting iPad alternatives to JabRef are EndNote (Paid), Bookends (Paid), UbikReader (Paid) and PDF Search (Paid).
Bookends is a commercial reference management software package for Mac OS X that is used to manage bibliographies and references when writing essays and articles. Its target market is students, academics and professionals.
Read More, Search Less. Stay up to date with biomedical research relevant to you! Get personalized recommendations Build your cloud library and PubChase will recommend recently published articles based on the authors and journals that YOU read.
UbikReader is the new way to organize your documents. Multitask while you read, annotate, write notes and share your documents with ease. No more worrying about how to manage your large, cluttered library of documents.
PDF Search is an app to search multiple documents insanely fast. It enables you to find any information in seconds within lots of documents. It uses its AI-powered algorithm to detect the best related pages. Just search your documents, reference books or notes using PDF Search.
PocketBib is a BibTeX library reader for academics on the go. With PocketBib you can search, browse and read the papers in your BibTeX library, and synchronise them over Dropbox with BibDesk or JabRef on your computer.
PaperShip is an iPad, iPhone, and Mac application designed to give you access to your Mendeley / Zotero library on-the-go. You will enjoy annotating your PDFs with highlights, notes, free text, drawings and much more!.