We’ve started using BrowZine (browzine.com) as a different way of offering access to online journals. Up until recently there were iOS and Android app versions but they have now been joined by a desktop version.
BrowZine’s interesting as it tries to replicate the experience of browsing recent copies of journals in a physical library. It links into the library authentication system and is fed with a list of library holdings. There are also some open access materials in the system.
You can browse for journals by subject or search for specific journals and then view the table of contents for each journal issue and link straight through to the full-text of the articles in the journals. In the app versions you can add journal titles to your personal bookshelf (a feature promised for the desktop version later this year) and also see when new articles have been added to your chosen journals (shown with the standard red circle against the journal on the iOS version).
A useful tool if there are a selection of journals that you need to keep up to date with. Certainly the ease with which you can connect with the full-text contrasts markedly with some of the hoops that we seem to expect users to cope with in some other library systems.