I’m very new to academic referencing and it can be very time consuming trying to work out what references to include on your assignments, especially so if you have changed your approach and need to re-write it. I’ve started using RefMe, it’s free to use for basic Harvard referencing but to organise per project you’ll need a subscription. Ref Me makes it easier to keep a track on links and research references, books and quotations. It’s also helpful as it shares data between an iPad, iPhone app, and the web interface. You can also download a plugin to use with Microsoft word so when you are writing that assignment you can insert links and bibliography into your document. One minor gripe on the word integration is that you can only load 1 project at a time, this is handy of all of your links are in one place but if you have multiple links across projects when you have a subscription then you will have multiple folders and can’t swap between them without losing continuity. Maybe I’m looking at it from a disorganised way as I’ve just started using it but that’s a day 1+2 evaluation. At time of subscription the annual fee is 24.99 GBP per year. I’ll add that there are other apps/resources available so please feel free to make your own choices.
Update 5th February 2017
RefMe has been purchased by Chegg, this means the RefME app will now change to Citeforme on 28th February 2017. Overall from what I can see so far it should have minimal impact on how I’m collating references so far. It does however not support the Mac version of Word, you will need to download the document from the web browser and then load this as a separate word document. This is disappointing, details on the change can be found by accessing their link below.
 https://refme.zendesk.com/hc/en-gb/articles/115000823509-RefME-transition-to-Cite-This-For-Me-FAQ *** RefMe has been replaced by an app called ‘Cite This for Me’ in Feb 2017.
The app does not have all of the full functionality of RefMe and it’s worthwhile looking to see of there are other apps available. I’ll stick with it for the time being.