Thomson Reuters ProView eReader platform version 1.6 launched

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4 April 2013


Thomson Reuters today announced the latest version of Thomson Reuters ProView, the leading professional eReader platform. The new version of ProView provides enhanced search and annotation features, helping users to get the most out of their ProView eBook titles.

Thomson Reuters ProView is the first eReader platform specifically built for professional use, with advanced features such as full-text search, secured notes and highlights, and content updating. It is available for iPad and for Windows and Mac computers, as well as for Android tablets in select markets. ProView titles are currently available in the US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Spain, Brazil, Argentina and Chile.

The new features offer more ways to navigate and access ProView eBook content. New features in Thomson Reuters ProView version 1.6 include:

  • Table of contents searching
    Fast and easy searching of table of contents.
  • Annotations by date
    Add a creation date to annotations to track overlapping highlights.
  • Improved library interface
    Additional information on a user’s titles are now provided within the user interface.

Availability of features may vary depending on specific titles, Thomson Reuters publishing brands and user platforms.

“Thomson Reuters ProView continues to extend its position as the premier eReader platform for today’s mobile professionals,” said Bob Schukai, global head, mobile technology at Thomson Reuters. “ProView continues to expand into new geographies, and is now available in select markets in North America, South America, Europe and Asia, and we continue to add new markets every quarter. The new features in version 1.6 further improve ProView’s unique abilities to help users find and use the exact reference information that they need – anywhere, anytime.”

Thomson Reuters ProView is a first-of-its-kind, professional-grade platform for the delivery and use anywhere, anytime, of specialised Thomson Reuters content and productivity tools, including popular legal reference books from Thomson Reuters Westlaw, Sweet & Maxwell, Sweet & Maxwell Asia, Carswell, Aranzadi, La Ley, Editora Revista dos Tribunais, Abeledo Perrot, Legal Publishing Chile and Thomson Reuters Legal, Tax & Accounting ANZ. There are also leading reference books from the Tax & Accounting business of Thomson Reuters offered on the Thomson Reuters ProView platform.
Information on ProView and its numerous reference and professional development titles can be found here (and here in Spanish and here in French).

Thomson Reuters ProView is available for iPad users at the Apple App Store, Android tablet users at Google Play and the Amazon Appstore for Android, and for Windows and Mac users here.



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