Paperpile is a free Productivity plugin offered by paperpile.com for Chrome users. It can be used to organize messy research papers online. You can download the latest and older CRX versions of this free Chrome extension from this article.
Collect, organize, annotate and cite your research papers in Chrome.
This extension works with Paperpile, a clean and simple reference and citation manager. Sign up for Paperpile at https://paperpile.com
Students, researchers, scientists, doctors, postdocs, PIs, and professors 💛 Paperpile:
⭐️ Collect your papers while browsing
✓ Import citations and PDFs from hundreds of publisher sites including Nature, Science, Springer, ScienceDirect, Wiley and many more
✓ Deep integration with PubMed, Google Scholar, ArXiv, Scopus, Web of Science, ProQuest, EBSCO, and hundreds of University library catalogues
✓ Easy migration from other reference managers like Mendeley, Endnote, EasyBib, and Zotero
⭐️ PDF tools you will love
✓ Annotate PDFs directly in Chrome with Paperpile’s built-in PDF viewer
✓ Sync your papers automatically to Google Drive.
✓ One-click full-text PDF download from hundreds of publisher sites and preprint archives
✓ EZProxy support: full text PDF download off-campus
⭐️ Add citations and bibliographies in Google Docs
✓ A truly collaborative reference management solution for Google Docs
✓ More than 9,000 citation styles including APA, MLA, Harvard and Chicago
Recent updates: https://paperpile.com/changelog
GET IN TOUCH
Email • firstname.lastname@example.org
Blog • https://paperpile.com/blog/
Forum • https://forum.paperpile.com/
Twitter • @paperpile
Facebook • https://www.facebook.com/paperpile/
This extension can extract citation information and downloads PDFs from academic websites. To learn more about all required permissions visit https://paperpile.com/google-permissions#extension