EndNote
EndNote
19.2.0.14655

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EndNote

19.2.0.14655
20 September 2019

Bibliographic management app.

Overview

EndNote is used by millions of researchers, scholarly writers, students, and librarians to search online bibliographic databases, organize their references, images and PDFs in any language, and create bibliographies and figure lists instantly. Instead of spending hours typing bibliographies, or using index cards to organize their references, they do it the easy way-by using EndNote!

What's new in EndNote

Version 19.2.0.14655:
  • Download references with PDFs easily from your Kopernio locker
  • Restore download from ScienceDirect in Find Full Text
  • Sync enhancements
  • Improvements to Cite While You Write (CWYW) when sharing libraries with ambiguous citations
  • Other improvements and bug fixes

Requirements for EndNote

  • Intel 32
  • OS X 10.10.0 or later

26 EndNote Reviews

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Almar
06 January 2015

Most helpful

Now at v. 17.2.1, on Yosemite is a total disaster. Tech Support is minimal, everything moved to TR Community forum and "Connect" (beta) on MyEndNote Web. With MS Word is now in tune, perfectly integrated in the same swamp of malfunctions .. I spend enough time to run the two together, and I miss just to stand and chat on forums. Life is short. The final decline of a poor software, expensive without merit.
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Version 17.1.0.9529
Vitaly
20 September 2019
this, latest version (updated June 2019) is NOT compatible with macOS 10.15.
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Version 19.2.0.14655
Vitaly
28 August 2019
the application is bloated and not snappy as it used to be. may be they need to spin out endnote just fr storing refs (w/o pdfs and images and online and collaborations) just for people who write papers and need to format references. and then the full version. also, the way the company handles updates is abysmal. Catalina is in its 6th beta and there is n beta or patch for 64 bit endnote. why not provide users with this capability?? ​
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Version 19.1.1.14483
AnnL7456
19 May 2018
This is funny. The current v.18 receives 5 stars here although NOBODY has written a review and rated this version yet on MacUpdate! The previous 17 version received 5 reviews—all are from the years 2013 and 2015—and the average rating then was 2.8.

But wait a minute, if I click on the "Ratings" button, I see that one person, PRjohnson, seems indeed to have rated the current version with 5 stars. But he or she doesn't seem to have written any review.

Is it possible to rate an application here without writing a review? Ratings without a review can not be accounted as serious. They are useless, misleading and should not be allowed.
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Version 18.1.0.12930
Ari-Tj
01 October 2015
17.4 is out. Still no compatibility with Word/PowerPoint 2016 (15.xx) for Mac.
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Version 17.3.1.10444
Aaron-T
24 August 2015
The best biblio app. Survived my EndNote App with ease.
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Version 17.3.1.10444
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AnnL7456
AnnL7456
14 October 2015
@Aaron-T,
What kind of nonsense review is this? Five stars for what? And what does "survived my Endnote App with ease" mean?? Are you in fact writing about EndNote?
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NSA-not-horray
31 May 2015
Incredibly confusing software. Couldn't manage to grab metadata for a local PDF file I imported. This was much easier using Bookends, so in the end, I went with that.
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Version 17.3.1.10444
Almar
06 January 2015
Now at v. 17.2.1, on Yosemite is a total disaster. Tech Support is minimal, everything moved to TR Community forum and "Connect" (beta) on MyEndNote Web. With MS Word is now in tune, perfectly integrated in the same swamp of malfunctions .. I spend enough time to run the two together, and I miss just to stand and chat on forums. Life is short. The final decline of a poor software, expensive without merit.
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Version 17.1.0.9529
gramuel
03 March 2013
I had to write the Bachelor's Thesis with MS Word. Not a big deal I thought because I like text editors like Word and Pages. I bought Bookends some time ago in a MacUpdate Bundle so it was my first choice to go to. Unfortunately I didn't manage to make the in-text citation links Bookends needed for the bibliography. The institution wanted some special sort of in-text citations I wasn't able to configure with bookends. So I turned to EndNote X6 on the one hand I didn't have to pay for as student at my university and on the other hand it was promoted with a very good Word Plugin. Well, after about 2 hours I had this special configuration I needed. That was so easy that I decided I will not give Bookends another try - at least for this thesis ;) I never had ANY problems with EndNote. One Time I had a corrupted Word document that caused End Note to give out some errors while creating the bibliography. Turned out Word always had some sort of crash with one in-text citation. Deleted that and inserted it once again, then I had no problem. All I can say is that I didn't need the whole bunch of features. I was using City while you write the whole time, inserted new sources into my EndNote library and let it create the bibliography. The Word plugin is indeed a very good one that made it easy for me. For me it's 5 stars!
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Version 16.0.2.8570
1 answer(s)
AnnL7456
AnnL7456
15 May 2015
gramuel
To begin with, you don't have to write anything in MS Word. Nisus Writer Pro is a much better word processor, and Nisus files (which, by default, are just Rich Text Files) can be directly opened in MS Word.

You say, "The institution wanted some special sort of in-text citations I wasn't able to configure with bookends."

What kind of in-text citations? You must tell us, otherwise your review is completely useless here.

As far as I know, you can create every conceivable kind of in-text citations in Bookends if you go to Biblio > Formats Manager and select your style format (in the left pane); then click on the "Citation Option" button (in the right pane). You can configure there how the citation appears the first time you cite, and how it appears subsequently (if you want).

[Using v17.3.1]
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Nontroppo
27 January 2013
This update is designed to work around a bug in 10.8.2 which has hit lots of other apps, appleeventsd causes freezing and other problems. With no 10.8.3 in sight, Endnote have had to implemet a workaround. Search on appleeventsd and 10.8.2 for all the details...
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Version 16.0.2.8570
Ajmac25
01 December 2012
Can MacUpDate get the version number for Endnote fixed on their webpage? The current version for both Mac and PC is X6, not 16 as listed here. Very confusing. www.endnote.com Thanks!
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Version 16.0.1.8432
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Cortig
Cortig
27 January 2013
The application is called EndNote X6, but the version number is indeed 16 (check the Get Info window in the Finder). X is the same as in Mac OS, it's a Roman 10 anyway.
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