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RepliGo Reader – View PDF Files On Your BlackBerry

The BlackBerry is slowly building up applications that let it read multiple document file formats. The latest in the roundup is from RepliGo with an upcoming piece of software called RepliGo Reader. It is scheduled for release in Q3 and should be interesting.

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From the product description:

RepliGo Reader is a full-featured PDF viewer, similar to Adobe Reader for your desktop. You can quickly zoom in and out of documents to inspect the details of any page. RepliGo Reader can also intelligently reformat pages to fit the width of your BlackBerry screen, making it easy to read documents by eliminating horizontal scrolling.

Advanced navigation features are also supported. PDF bookmarks are presented in a hierarchical view, allowing you to quickly jump to any section of a document. Hyperlinks are active and integrated with the BlackBerry browser, email and phone applications. A powerful search feature is also included, enabling you to quickly find information in the PDF file.

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Check out the press release here or sign up for the Beta program by filling out your info on this page!

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  1. The big problem with RepliGo is that you must have RepliGo Professional to convert your own documents, and that costs $80 PER YEAR. It is a good product, but $80 per year? Come on.
    Oh, and the converter is for Windows only, of course. Goes without saying.

  2. RepliGo Reader is different than RepliGo Professional. It does not require a subscription because there is no service needed to open PDF files. It also does not require any desktop conversion software. You can work with and open the PDF file natively right out of an email or from the memory card in the device.

  3. Thanks for the clarificaton Dave. Any ETA on a release? Other than the vague Q3

  4. Q3 is is our best estimate at this time. If you sign up for the beta by taking the link below, then you will be kept informed of any updates to the schedule.

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