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BrowZine: Getting Started

How to access and use BrowZine, a free tablet app for accessing and reading electronic content from journals.

What is BrowZine?

BrowZine allows users to browse, read, and monitor journals available through the Trinity Library online on your tablet, phone, or right on your desktop.  With the BrowZine app, you can:

  • Create a bookshelf of your favorite journals for easy, fast access
  • Read articles in a format optimized for a tablet device
  • Get alerts when new journal issues are published
  • Save articles to Zotero, Dropbox, or an app of your choice for pdf collecting and notetaking
  • Share links to articles with others by email, Facebook, or Twitter



BrowZine is now available for both the iPad and Android tablets.  Officially supported Android devices include the Google Nexus, Samsung Galaxy, and Kindle Fire HD on the Ice Cream Sandwich platforms.

BrowZine has worked to include journals from major publishers, particularly in the sciences, but you’ll find that not all journals are yet included.  More and more journals will be added over time. An updated list of supported publishers is available on the Third Iron website.

Download and Sign In



BrowZine can be downloaded for free from iTunes at this link, or by searching the App Store for 'BrowZine'.


Browzine can be downloaded for free from either Google Play or the Amazon Appstore.



All users have access to content in open access journals available from publishers such as BioMed Central and PLoS.  To access content from supported publishers available through the Coates Library subscriptions, you must sign in with your Trinity userID and password.

To sign in:

1) After downloading and opening the app for the first time, you will be asked to 'Choose a Library'.

2) Scroll down to, or type into the search bar, 'Coates Library' and select.

3) Enter your Trinity ID and Password in the appropriate fields, and login.

Easily Get Started with BrowZine

Librarian Profile

Lanette Garza
Coates Library, Office 308B

Ph: 210.999.8178