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RepliGo PDF Reader 1.0 Released – 50% Off Now

image Cerience let me know that they have officially released their very slick RepliGo native PDF reader for BlackBerry. The reader is about the best I have seen so far for BlackBerry and I recommend it highly if you need to check out PDF’s as often as me.

They also have a 50% off discount going on now if you use the code BETA5Z when you checkout using this link. That brings the price down from $29.95 to $14.97. You can download a copy at this link OTA or from here if you are on a desktop.

Sound off in the comments!

(BTW that is the metasploit user guide in the screenshot :))

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  1. Thanks for the promo code. 🙂

  2. I tried to open 10 different PDF files from 16-30 pages in size. All of them failed to open. Doesn’t look ready for prime time yet.

  3. dbltap: Before you write it off, contact Cerience support, and, if possible, provide them a copy of one or more of the files that “failed to open” along with device info (including OS version, etc.). They have been extremely responsive during the beta program. I am guessing that all of these files might use a single yet to be supported image compression format. By any chance, are all of the files from a single source? 😉

  4. I tried Repligo Reader and it seemed ok. Some documents opened ok, others either did not open or looked somewhat messed up. I like BeamReader much more. It is still in free beta and I’m going to wait for it to be released.

  5. Frankly, tried BeamReader and it hang opening a (simple) file RepliGo did it easily. Cerience were quite responsive and nice with the beta testing so you can report them about problems and they will fix it soon. I would chose RepliGo any day over BeamReader.

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