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  • If you have an iPhone or an iPad running IOS 12 or 13 and an account on the Zotero Web site, you can add a book to your library by scanning the ISBN barcode.
  • Papership 2.0 (free) allows you to synchronize your library, download and annotate your PDFs on your iPhone or your IPad. It works with Zotero and Mendeley.

Android Smartphones

  • If your smartphone is not an iPhone, or if it does not have IOS 12, you can bookmark this page, type an ISBN and the reference of the book will be added to your library. You need to have an account on the Zotero web site and to enter your login and password the first time you use this feature.
  • Zandy (not free) gives access to the Zotero library; users can edit, sync their library and work offline.
  • ZotEZ2 allows synchronizing a Zotero library on an Android device.

The Zotero Bookmarklet

The Zotero bookmarklet is a bookmark you add to your browser to save references to your Zotero online library (you must have an account on the web site). It works with iPhones, iPads, Android, Chrome for Android, Firefox mobile browser and Opera mobile/mini.