Allergy

Cover image for Vol. 70 Issue s100

Edited By: Thomas Bieber and Hans-Uwe Simon

Impact Factor: 6.028

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 2/24 (Allergy); 17/148 (Immunology)

Online ISSN: 1398-9995

New iPad/iPhone app!


Allergy App

Apple Store

Read Allergy on your iPad or iPhone

Keep up to date with developments in the field of allergy even faster, with complete issues available in the new iPad/iPhone app.

Enjoy a new level of personalized browsing and reading with:

-Readable, print-like experience enhanced with dynamic figures, tables, and references
-Rapid access to breaking research: Early View articles updated as they publish
-Adjustable text and table sizing with "pinch and zoom"
-Download articles and issues for offline perusal
-Email and social media sharing tools
-Save your favorite articles for quick and easy access
-Convenient alerts when new issues are available


The Allergy app for iPad/iPhone is freely available for anyone to download. All institutional, and society member subscribers can read the full text on the app. Non-subscribers can access the abstracts for free.


Institutional Access Instructions | EAACI Member Access Instructions | FAQ



Institutional Access Instructions

1. Create an account on Wiley Online Library or if you already have one, log in at the top right of the screen

2. Click on "My Profile" at the top right, and go to the roaming access section on the left menu. Click "Activate Roaming Access."

APHA_Roaming_Access_Activation


3. Download the Allergy app from iTunes

4. Launch the app, under "Get Access," click "Yes", and click "I use the network at my Workplace or University"

5. Enter your Wiley Online Library account information and click confirm to refresh the app with all available content.

You will now have access to full text from the app


EAACI Member Access Instructions

1. Create an account on Wiley Online Library or if you already have one, log in at the top right of the screen

2. Click on "My Profile" at the top right, and go to the Trial Access section on the left menu. Enter your Trial Access Code, provided by the society and click "Submit Code" (Login to the EAACI members website to get the Trial Access Code)

Allergy_Trial_Access_Code


3. Download the Allergy app from iTunes

4. Launch the app, under "Get Access," click "Yes", and click "I use the network at my Workplace or University"

5. Enter your Wiley Online Library account information and click confirm to refresh the app with all available content.

You will now have access to full text from the app


For more detailed instructions: Journal iPad/iPhone App Frequently Asked Questions

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