PubMed CLIP supports various features of searching PubMed. Text query syntax is fully compliant with that of PubMed and also supports Advanced Search which is the combination of 36 fields and 8 limits.
Once created text query or advanced search conditions are saved for later use. Since the search results are cached, you can browse the citations of the search results in the past even while offline.
Full text and PDF can be accessed directly from the search result. PDF files can be saved in local system and be accessed anytime even while offline.
Library stores and manages the citations found at PubMed in the local system. You can create folders as you like and classify the citations in Library to those folders.
Library has a special view to browse the stored citations per author and journal. In the view, stored citations are automatically categorized by the name of the author.
PubMed CLIP supports variable social network services such as Twitter, Facebook and Evernote. You can easily tweet or post to your wall of your facebook account through PubMed CLIP about the citations you found.
The form has some useful buttons to put PMID, title, and URL of currently selected citation into the form, which makes tweeting fast ans easy. It also supports shortening URLs.
Citations can be sent to the email address specified at Setting. It is particularly convenient when you search the citations while on the go and want to send them to your PC. The information can be sent by formatted display or RIS format which can be imported from Endnote or other reference management systems.