A round-up of sites describing useful and popular chemistry apps for mobile devices:
Mobile Science lists a range of popular apps in chemistry and other disciplines (physics, biology, math) with brief descriptions and up- and down-votes.
The SciMobileApps wiki has an extensive list of chemistry apps, as well as other disciplines.
Check out The Mobile Chemist & Chemical Engineer from Stanford’s Swain Chemistry & Chemical Engineering Library. Arranged by category including Formulas, Structures, Reactions; Journals, Magazines, News; Structure Drawing; 3D Visualization; Calculating & Graphing and so on.
Don’t forget Browzine! Licensed by the Library, Browzine delivers the most recent issue of thousands of academic journals to your iPad or Android tablet. Select journals you follow and arrange them on a ‘bookshelf’ so they’re always at your fingertips. Save citations and pdfs to Zotero, Mendeley, Dropbox and other services for offline reading. (Follow setup instructions to configure Browzine to recognize your Dartmouth journal access.)