EndNote is a robust proprietary (approx $110-300) bibliographic citation management software developed by Thomson Reuters. EndNote is compatible with both Windows and Mac. Since EndNote is a desktop application, it is accessible offline, when you're not connected to the Internet. Using EndNote Web, you can access your saved citations and references online.
Using EndNote, you can:
A 2:37 minute overview of EndNote Online's "Cite While You Write" feature for Microsoft Word. This video covers cite while you write using both Endnote X7 and the free EndNote Basic.
EndNote is a robust citation manager that is often used by scholars to support large research projects such as theses and dissertations. EndNote makes a good citation management system because it allows users to save search strategies, which is helpful if you need to keep a research log. EndNote also offers the ability to extract metadata from your collection of PDFs as well as search full-text PDFs.