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Share this on social media: users can now highlight and annotate research articles in their web browser thanks to the integration of Labtiva’s ReadCube’s web reader tool with The web reader tool is available to personal subscribers and site licence users on Nature and 18 Nature research journals. It is also available on the open-access publication Scientific Reports.

In addition to viewing the article in HTML or PDF on, readers can view an interactive version of the article PDF within ReadCube’s browser-based web reader tool, by clicking on ‘PDF options’ in the journal’s navigation on ReadCube is said to enable users to highlight and annotate article content, and sync their edits to the ReadCube desktop application.

The web reader also provides an integrated view of the supplementary information and associated news & views. The functionality also includes direct links out to the literature with in-line references.