Thomson Reuters provides easy and intuitive access to the best content and features of WestlawNext for those who are frequently on the go. Multiple mobile offerings include the award-winning iPad® appAndroid® app and a mobile website, enabling customers to be efficient and productive whenever and wherever they go, and allowing them to respond to a client’s needs in a timely manner.

But problems can still arise when working on the go and the link between the user and the internet cannot be established. For these times, the mobile team at Thomson Reuters developed features allowing for offline capabilities in its WestlawNext iPad app.

The enhanced offline capabilities of the WestlawNext iPad app provide the ability to save and view documents, including notes and highlights, in offline folders. When the internet is unavailable, researchers can still continue their analysis, and the work done offline will automatically be synchronized once a connection is reestablished, updating documents or folders.

In addition to having convenient offline capabilities, users of the WestlawNext iPad app can now access the functionalities of West km, the premier knowledge management product specifically designed for the legal profession. West km provides powerful indexing and search capabilities that allow users to find firm-authored documents and apply them to their work.

The WestlawNext mobile suite allows users to do their work on any web-enabled device effectively and efficiently for their clients, colleagues, firms and organizations. Having access to all of your most trusted legal reference tools wherever and whenever you want is essential to practicing law. The features of the WestlawNext mobile suite bring new meaning to efficiency and continue to provide legal professionals with the ability to be as productive and efficient as their work demands – even when on the go.

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