Thomson Reuters today announced the latest version of Thomson Reuters ProView, the company’s professional e-reader platform. Currently available in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and Spain, the new version of Thomson Reuters ProView adds power and functionality for iPad users – as well as public betas of native apps for Android tablet, and Windows and Mac users – to the first e-reader platform specifically built from the ground up for professionals, allowing users to interact with legal content on eBooks in entirely new ways.
ProView now includes public beta versions for Android tablets, as well as Windows and Mac laptop and desktop computers. ProView is available for Android tablet users at Google Play and the Amazon Appstore for Android, and for Windows and Mac users at www.thomsonreuters.com/proview
Meanwhile, the latest version of Thomson Reuters ProView for the iPad is available at the Apple App Store and includes these new features and more:
Enhanced user interface
New landscape mode and improved navigation.
Any changes, such as new notes, highlights and comments, are automatically updated and securely stored as soon as connectivity is restored.
Support for embedded file formats
Content containing embedded files in popular formats, including PDF, Microsoft Word and Excel, can be accessed. For example, court forms within a title can be opened, completed and exported.
“Thomson Reuters ProView continues to expand its reach and functionality, helping professionals around the globe work with key reference materials in entirely new ways anywhere, anytime,” said Bob Schukai, global head, Mobile Technology, Thomson Reuters. “Our customers have been giving us vital feedback that helps us to continually improve ProView. They wanted expanded platforms so that they can use ProView no matter what computing platform they’re using – desktop, laptop or tablet. They asked for increased ability to work interactively with ProView content, allowing them to produce quality work product using their reference materials, even while on the go. As the global e-reader platform for Thomson Reuters, ProView offers tremendous utility to professionals, and we’re excited about further increasing its reach and capabilities, keeping it at the forefront of today’s mobile technologies for professionals.”
Thomson Reuters ProView is currently available with leading legal reference and professional development titles, including court rules for selected states from Thomson Reuters Westlaw in the US, Archbold: Criminal Pleading, Evidence and Practice 2012 from Sweet & Maxwell in the UK, Practitioner’s Income Tax Act 2012 from Carswell in Canada, 2012 Tax and Law Annuals from Thomson Reuters Legal, Tax & Accounting ANZ in Australia, and Derecho privado en Internet from Aranzadi. In addition, leading tax and accounting reference titles including RIA Federal Tax Handbook are available from the Tax & Accounting business of Thomson Reuters.