New All-in-One Mobile Document Viewer
Cerience Corporation today announced the immediate availability of its RepliGo document mobility software. RepliGo converts MS Office documents, Adobe PDF, Web pages and other document types into replicas of their original documents for viewing and printing on Palm OS devices.
The Windows-based software combines the power of several individual software applications into a single solution that allows users to have anytime, anywhere access to virtually any type of document. RepliGo’s document understanding technology allows for quick transformation of PC-based documents into mobile documents that maintain their original look and feel when viewed on a handheld device.
RepliGo preserves the integrity of the original document and incorporates features like advanced zooming and text wrapping, which eliminates the tedious horizontal scrolling typically needed to read documents on small screen devices. All content such as fonts, charts, graphics, images, and tables can be viewed.
Lynn Formanek, co-founder and president of Cerience, explains, "By preserving the content and layout of the original document, our users will have greater ease of use." Formanek adds, "A tremendous amount of engineering and testing has gone into this solution. We have formulated one of the most advanced approaches to document mobility currently available."
The software allows the same file to be transferred and viewed on Palm OS and Pocket PC handheld devices. It also Optimizes documents for fast decompression and viewing with up to 50% compression over the original file. Document preservation keeps documents looking the same as the original after conversion. Documents can then be stored and loaded from Expansion memory cards.
RepliGo is priced at $49.95 USD with an introductory offer of $39.95 USD. The software is available for a fully functional 14-day trial or purchase at the Cerience Web site.
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