Fone Folio Allows Users to Access Office Files from WAP or Java Phones
Posted on 6-Dec-2005 08:31.
Filed under: News
Circuit Systems has released Fone Folio, an innovative Windows application that lets you view your important Windows files on your mobile phone.
With one click, you can move a Word, Excel, or PowerPoint file from your PC to Circuit Systems' secure file server. To view the file on your Java- or WAP-enabled cell phone, simply select it. In a couple of seconds, you can view it on any modern cell phone.
In addition to built-in support for all versions of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint since version 97, and for Corel WordPerfect, Quattro Pro, and Presentations (version 10 or newer), the software also works with generic text, comma delimited files, and 12 of the most popular image file formats.
All data is encrypted and compressed, for security and fast access on a cell phone. Fone Folio removes any excess of information from Microsoft Office or Corel documents, before delivering them to the cell phone.
The software supports bold, italic, underline, color, justification, vertical alignment, bullets, embedded tables, and text wrap.
Fone Folio has addressed and eliminated the limitations of carrying data on cell phones, including cell phones' limited memory, limited data storage, slow CPU, low bandwidth Internet connections, and latency problems.
The software is aimed at sales person who needs access to Office documents on the road, medical or legal professionals who need a convenient way to carry confidential documents, or home users who wants to show friends and relatives their latest family pictures.
Fone Folio runs under Windows 98SE/Me/2000/XP, and is a subscription software, costing US$5.99 per month. The program
supports modern mobile phones that use either Java or WAP 2.0.