Coola and Aportis Create Doc Coolets
Aportis Technologies Corp., the publisher of AportisDoc, and Coola Inc. have announced Doc Coolets, which allow any Web page to be saved in Doc format. This frees Coolets from the 4 thousand character limit previously imposed by having all text Coolets be saved in Memo Pad format.Web site owners can make their site accessible to Palms by placing an HTML tag called a 'Document Coolet' on the pages. Coola users need to download a new version of the Coola desktop app in order to use Doc Coolets. Coola Docs can be read with AportisDoc Mobile Edition or other Doc readers.
PalmGuru is now providing real-time conversion of many of its reviews via Doc Coolets.
"This partnership has created a breakthrough in Web Content Delivery to Mobile Applications, and provides simplicity and speed of implementation to help Web sites quickly transfer documents to mobile space and wireless devices," said Tim Horgan, GM/SVP of CXO Media.
"The partnering of AportisDoc with Coola gives Palm handheld users an easy way to get large amounts of information from the Internet to their Palm handhelds with ease," said David Schargel, President of Aportis Technologies Corp. "Companies that target the mobile professional can also immediately benefit as Coola is able to transform large, dynamically, database-driven web sites into the AportisDoc handheld software."
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