Zotero can be used via a mobile app on iOS devices (iPhone and iPad). However, it is still possible to use Zotero with a non-iOS mobile device by using the Zotero website and bookmarklet, or some third-party solutions.
Because Zotero is open source, a number of third-party plugins that greatly expand its capabilities are available. Below are a few that may be of interest to ISU researchers. Use at your own risk: the ISU Library does not provide technical support for third-party plugins, though support may be available from plugin developers and other Zotero users.
ZotFile is a Zotero plugin that enables advanced management of your attachments. With ZotFile, you can automatically rename, move, and attach PDFs (or other files) to Zotero items; sync PDFs from your Zotero library to your (mobile) PDF reader (e.g. an iPad, Android tablet, etc.); extract annotations from PDF files; and more.
Zotero folder import allows you to import a folder of files from your computer into a Zotero collection hierarchy.
Several plugins are available to make Zotero work more easily with LaTeX and other plain text tools. Below is a link to a tool that works (with the addition of a user-supplied script) with the Overleaf LaTeX editor.