Cerience Releases RepliGo Reader 1.1 for BlackBerry Smartphones
New Industry-Leading Font Support, Multilanguage User Interface and Enterprise Licensing Options
Fort Collins, CO – January 30, 2009 — Cerience Corporation today announced the immediate availability of RepliGo™ Reader 1.1, a significant upgrade to its native PDF viewing software for BlackBerry® smartphones from Research in Motion (RIM). RepliGo Reader 1.1 is the only native PDF solution available that can render both embedded fonts and the entire set of 14 standard fonts of the Adobe® Portable Document Format. Customers now have a clear choice when compatibility, fidelity and usability are of the utmost importance.
The new version offers the following key features:
• Rendering of Type 0, Type 1, Type 3, TrueType and CIDFont embedded fonts plus all of the 14 standard fonts of the PDF specification, including superior support for rotated fonts.
• Multilanguage user interface with translations available in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish.
• New enterprise licensing options allowing for volume purchases and complimentary licenses for RepliGo Server customers.
• Fast access to information with RepliGo Reader’s exclusive text search feature, allowing users to search and quickly find information in multipage documents.
• Page recognition technology that reformats text, graphics and tables into a single column, making it easy to read documents by eliminating horizontal scrolling.
Pricing and Availability
RepliGo Reader costs $19.95 for single user licenses with discounts available for volume purchases. The solution is immediately available for trial, upgrade or purchase at the Cerience web site (www.cerience.com).
Founded in 2000, Cerience Corporation is a leading provider of mobile document solutions for BlackBerry enterprises and consumers. Its RepliGo platform enables wireless document access, rich document viewing, searching, printing, faxing and document management. For more information, visit www.cerience.com.
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