The University of South Alabama web site is compatbile with mobile devices and offers all of the features of the desktop site; however, a mobile app with fewer features is available for the iPad, the iPhone, the iPod Touch and for Android devices.
EBSCOhost Mobile app is available for the iPhone, the iPod Touch, Android and Blackberry.
EBSCO databases are available optimized for mobile devices at https://libproxy.usouthal.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com. I would use this rather than the app, but if you want to use an app:
EBSCO Ebooks app. There is a separate app available from the App Store and the Play Store for EBSCO ebooks. The process for using this is a little simpler.
AccessMyLibrary College Edition is available for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Android.
The ScienceDirect mobile app is available for the iPhone, iPad, Android and Blackberry.
The Scopus Alerts mobile app is available for the iPhone, iPad, Android and Blackberry.
The ACS Mobile app is available for iPhone, iPad and Android.
The Emerald app is available for the iPhone, the iPod Touch and the iPad. Currently there is not an Android app.
The ebrary app is available for Andriod, iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.
The SpringerLink app is available for iPhone, iPad and Android.
While this is not technically an app, it is a different way to access MathSciNet on a mobile device. It is possible to do this in two ways:
The original pairing of your device with AMS must be done while you are on campus accessing the University's network, and it only lasts 90 days; however, as long as you are an authorized student, faculty member or staff at USA, you can renew this pairing as often as you like. Instructions for pairing are below, but a more complete explanation can be found at AMS Mobile Access: