Description: From the publisher's website:
Docear (“dog-ear”) is an academic literature suite. It integrates everything you need to search, organize and create academic literature into a single application: digital library with support for pdf documents, reference manager, note taking and with mind maps taking a central role. What’s more, Docear works seamlessly with many existing tools like Mendeley, Microsoft Word, and Foxit Reader. Docear is free and open source, based on Freeplane, funded by the German Federal Ministry of Technology and developed by scientists from around the world, among others from OvGU, and the University of California, Berkeley.
Note: This program relies on a local Java installation or jPortable.
Download DocEar Portable 220.127.116.11 build 291 Dev Test 1 (61.6MB download / 73.7MB installed)
Note: As mentioned in a post below, DocEar is in the process of adding more advanced PDF capabilities. As such, I would like any end users who like experimenting to try and see ways of integrating the portable PDF readers already here (such as Foxit and Sumatra). This, along with experimenting with external JabRef and Freeplane, would help tremendously.
See all release notes at the SourceForge project page.