EXPERIENCE THE UPDATED AOM PUBLICATIONS APP!
As part of our continued commitment to AOM membership and as a compliment to the digital innovations of our publishing products, the Academy of Management has updated the Publications app. It is available for download on your IOS mobile device from the Apple iTunes Store. The newly updated version of the Publications app highlights the latest functionality from developers, while maintaining the excellent user experience AOM members enjoyed with the previous versions.
NEW features of Version 2.2 include:
- ANNALS now available!
- LinkedIn Integration
- Most Read and Most Cited Articles
Other great features still included:
- Swipe functionality - swipe to move between journals and articles
- Support for multimedia enabled audio and video
- Full listing of all journal article types (where applicable), including:
- In-Press articles
- From the Editors
- Thematic Issues
- Research and Reviews
- Feeds to Social Media
- Advanced Search Functionality
- Browse abstracts, rapidly scan or read full text articles optimized for your device
- Quickly access abstracts or full text or referenced articles
- Jump to article sections, images, and references with easy-to-use navigation and links
- Save your favorite articles for later reading and reference
- Receive new content alerts
- E-mail articles
Browsing AOM's web site but don't have the app? Use this URL to view a mobile-optimized version of AOM online that is compatible with most devices. All the features you need are included, such as:
- Browse the current issue Table of Contents
- Access the most recent issues
- Up-to-date In-Press papers
- Keyword, title, and author search capabilities
- Reference lists
- Manage your personalized alerts
Mobile App Privacy Statement
Protecting user privacy is paramount in the Apple ecosystem, and you should use care when handling personal data to ensure you've complied with applicable laws and the terms of the Apple Developer Program License Agreement, not to mention customer expectations. More particularly:
Data Collection and Storage
- If your app doesn't include significant account-based features, let people use it without a log-in. Apps may not require users to enter personal information to function, except when directly relevant to the core functionality of the app or required by law. If your core app functionality is not related to a specific social network (e.g. Facebook, WeChat, Weibo, Twitter, etc.), you must provide access without a login or via another mechanism. Pulling basic profile information, sharing to the social network, or inviting friends to use the app are not considered core app functionality.
- Developers that use their apps to surreptitiously discover passwords or other private data will be removed from the Developer Program.
- SafariViewContoller must be used to visibly present information to users; the controller may not be hidden or obscured by other views or layers. Additionally, an app may not use SafariViewController to track users without their knowledge and consent.
More Apple guidelines can also be found at apple.com.