Researchomatic Launches New Website User Interface with Faster and More Personalized Search

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Researchomatic, the world’s largest repository of academic research improves user experience with its intuitive design, enhanced filtering and expanded content views.

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Researchomatic, the largest e-library for academic research, today announced that it has launched new, intuitive user interface for its dynamic digital library, along with feature and functionality enrichments that will give users a more efficient and personalized research experience. This new interface significantly streamlines best search results for its users, paying particular attention to accessibility in major and minor functional components of the interface.

“Students work under enormous time pressures as they have to submit assignments and research projects within short deadlines,” said Diane R. Arellano, Marketing Manager of Researchomatic. “With intuitive design, faster download speed and more flexible navigation, Researchomatic addresses to their research needs by quickly turning consumer insights into action. Students and professionals now have an academic research website that not only helps them get authentic research material, but also allows them to pursue research in a way that best suits their workflow, search approach and location.”

Researchomatic has also recently enhanced user interface of its innovative citation generator. It is easy-to-use and it automatically creates citation for research papers in more than 15 most commonly used citation styles.

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Researchomatic is known as the World’s largest e- library, which is facilitating academic professionals across all educational fields. It is the most favored e-library of students, researchers and teachers as it contains a vast data of more than 4 million research-based topics on about 1000 subject areas. Researchomatic also offers a Free Citation Generator that allows instant bibliography generation for top 10 citation styles like APA, MLA & Harvard etc.

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