ProView Version 3.0 for iPad is now ready for download. The latest version offers a range of new functionality, including enhanced search result display, link creation, and the ability to save searches across multiple devices. These enhancements are also now available on the ProView Web Browser platform. Please see below for more details, including a reminder on the key enhancements from the previous version (Version 2.4).
Version 3.0 will be available for the Desktop/Laptop application and Android tablet platforms in the near future.
ProView Version 3.0 — Key Enhancements
Create & Share Link
You already use “create & share” functionality to print a section of a ProView title. Now you can use the same feature to create links. Within a ProView title, you can create a link to a page or to the Table of Contents. On the ProView library page, you may create a link to a specific title. Save the link to a document or send to a colleague who has access to that ProView title.
Enhanced Search Results
With the latest app download, search results can be sorted by hit count or by the order in which they appear in the title. You can also expand and collapse search results to view the context of your search results.
Saved Searches Across Platforms
In addition to saving your search queries, you can now synch your saved searches across all of your ProView devices.
ProView Version 2.4 — Key Enhancements
Notifications in App
Notifications will now display in your application when a new or updated title is added to your library.
Major improvements to the search of eBook titles in your library, including improved display of results and simplified search term input.
The Search toolbar features the ability to save queries that are performed within a title. This functionality is available in all titles.
Users now have the ability to add bookmarks when using the Browser version of ProView.
Friendly Table of Contents
When you launch the Table of Contents, you will now be directed to the current section you are reading or the top of the Table of Contents, rather than the publisher information.