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UTILITY: Cerience introduces free RepliGo viewers for PDAs, Smartphones and PCs
Posted by Arne Hess - on Thursday, 17.07.03 - 20:38:23 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 7067x
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Cerience Corporation, a leading innovator in document software for mobile devices, today announced it is offering free versions of its RepliGo Viewer software for mobile devices (see my review of RepliGo for Smartphone here) and Windows-based PCs. The software may be immediately downloaded or installed over-the-air to mobile devices. This solution empowers managers, publishers, content providers, and other users of the RepliGo conversion software to easily deploy cross-platform, light-weight document files to the mobile community via e-mail, corporate networks, infrared, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi or online. RepliGo assures the original document appearance is kept intact while providing easy reading on small screens via its innovative document reflowing technology. RepliGo supports conversion of hundreds of file formats including Microsoft Office, Adobe PDF and Web pages.

The conversion software is available for purchase online. Embodied in this announcement are several initiatives and software enhancements: Free RepliGo Viewer software for mobile devices including

  • Palm OS
  • Pocket PC
  • Microsoft Smartphone
  • Nokia 3650/7650
  • Sony Ericsson P800

devices for viewing documents on the go. Free RepliGo Viewer for Windows enables desktop viewing, printing and sharing of RepliGo documents.

Compressed installation packages (starting below 95kb) enable over-the-air installation to mobile devices. Highly compressed cross-platform RepliGo documents minimize wireless data costs when sending via email or browsing on the Web. Convert, Compress and Email feature enables wireless document delivery to mobile professionals in just a few easy steps.

RepliGo Viewer enhancements allow for seamless integration with third party email programs and Web browsers on mobile devices. Integration with Microsoft Internet Explorer enables Windows users to browse to and view RepliGo documents directly inside of their Web browser.

"RepliGo is the only solution that maintains the original appearance of virtually any document type whether it is viewed on a PDA, Smart Phone or PC," explains Lynn Formanek, president of Cerience. "Couple this with the fact that RepliGo documents are highly compressed and you have a recipe for wireless document delivery across a variety of platforms. This scenario is difficult to accomplish with other solutions that render native desktop files because they are often large, memory intensive and visually inconsistent across mobile devices and PCs. RepliGo unifies the user's experience across all platforms it supports, reduces wireless data costs and minimizes effort."

Pricing and Availability
RepliGo Viewers are free and can be downloaded at Cerience website. The RepliGo 1.2 conversion and synchronization software is priced between US$ 24.95 and US$ 29.95 depending on device type. Upgrades from previous versions of RepliGo are free to registered users by simply reinstalling the new software. The software is available for a fully functional 14-day trial or purchase at the Cerience Web site ( and many popular Internet distribution sites.

Cheers ~ Arne

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Posted by Jacques Tredoux on 24.03.06 - 11:34:58

Is there a repligo reader for Symbian S80 (Nokia 9300i and 9500)?

Posted by Arne Hess on 24.03.06 - 12:03:21

According to Cerience it's only compatible with with Palm OS 5, Pocket PC, Microsoft Smartphone, Symbian and Nokia Series 60 devices. No word about Series 80.

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