Pubget can export citations to a variety of citation management tools.
Click the Zotero folder in your address bar on any results page.
Select the checkboxes for the results you want, then click on the "download" bar at the top of results. This will download the citations to your computer as a .ris file, which you can easily add to you EndNote library.
Click the "download to RefWorks" link in the article-level tools next to each result.
Many of you have asked for a way to get supplementary info and other supporting information right from Pubget, and it's on our to-do list.
For now, when in abstract view, click HTML version and you'll be taken to the publisher's page for that article. Then find the link to the supplementary info as you normally would.