If you just need to create a quick bibliography, ZoteroBib can be helpful for you. It is a free service to help you quickly generate bibliographies in more than 9,000 citation styles. “There’s no software to install or account to create, and it works on any device, including tablets and phones. Your bibliography is stored right on your device.”
More at: https://www.zotero.org/blog/introducing-zoterobib/
The functionality of bibliographic management systems for mobile devices is often highly limited. But there are some solutions (both iOS and Android) available for Zotero (while there are no official Zotero apps for mobile devices). So you may access and edit your Zotero library on your mobile phone or tablet.
Zotero for mobile:
If you are currently working with a reference management system and want to switch to EndNote it is no problem to take your references with you.
If you are switching from Reference Manager to EndNote, this video will show you how to do it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IcIKlnUPhwY&list=PL32C57F72E59A685D&index=2
How to export references from Zotero and then import them into EndNote is shown in this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6FkJW66ODws&list=PL32C57F72E59A685D&index=13
Switch from Mendeley to EndNote is shown in these pictures: http://endnote.com/sites/en/files/media/basic/mendeley2endnote.pdf
And if you have a set of references in a spreadsheet or database program, here’s how to get them into EndNote: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28XuGsjiIoI&list=PL32C57F72E59A685D&index=4
There are a lot of comparisons of commercial and non-commercial reference management software available on the web. We recommend the following tables created by librarians:
To decide which one of the many reference management systems to use, first aks yourself the following questions:
- Which system do my colleagues use?
- Is the system compatible with my operating system/word processor?
- Which databases are available for import?