RefME is the world's first multi-platform tool to completely automate the citation, referencing and bibliography process for over 7,000 referencing styles. With RefME you can create accurate citations for any source in seconds and complete an entire bibliography in minutes, saving valuable time and marks.
RefME combines the user friendly and intuitive features such as highly accurate scanning and search with the ability to export the citations on any of the 7,000 referencing styles. Additionally it is compatible with other tools such as Evernote, etc. This makes ours the only "scalable" solution in the market. Other alternatives are either aimed at researchers (PhD level and above) and have a steep learning curve, or are meant for grade school students but lack the ability to offer them additional functionality as they progress to university and beyond.
Powerful and easy to use:
RefME lets you create separate projects for each essay or piece of research, storing all of the references together, ready for you to export straight into your paper as a ready made bibliography.
You can easily collaborate or share your work with others by inviting them to join a project, which gives them full access to view, add and annotate citations.
Award-winning iOS and Android apps:
RefME's award-winning mobile app lets you scan a book's barcode using your smartphone's camera, or search for its title, author or ISBN number in order to generate the citation. Nearly one million students have created 10M+ citations since the RefME platform launched September 2014.
RefME continues to push for optimum mobile functionality. Most recently RefME added Safari extension feature, a “Cite" button that lets users clip information from the web straight into your bibliography on iPhone and iPad.
Synced across every device:
All your work is synced and stored across every device and on RefME.com, where you'll find a more extensive interface and even more tools at your disposal.
Desktop users can also make use of RefME's handy WebClipper add-on for Google Chrome, which places a 'Cite' button into the top of your browser. This lets you instantly add a citation for the web page or online journal you're currently viewing, straight into the relevant project on RefME.