Rove Announces Mobile File Manager and Rove Mobile Viewer for BlackBerry are now Completely Free of Charge OTTAWA, Canada – March 26, 2008 –
Rove, the world's leading provider of enterprise software for handhelds, today announced that two of its popular products – Mobile File Manager and Rove Mobile Viewer for BlackBerry are now free of charge. Mobile File Manager
allows BlackBerry users to connect to remote file servers such as FTP, SFTP, WebDAV and Windows file shares. Users can edit files such as web pages, deploy sites, upload photos, transfer files from the memory card, view graphics on remote computers, edit configuration files, and monitor log files and much more. Rove Mobile Viewer for BlackBerry
(formerly BlackBerry Viewer
) displays the screen of a BlackBerry smartphone on a computer screen. Users can give live demonstrations of any application designed for BlackBerry smartphones, create training presentations for BlackBerry users, take screen captures and record videos.
As the mobile workforce increases, so does the need for remote workers to be able to access remote files from wherever they are. With the number of BlackBerry implementations on the rise, there is also a strong demand for tools that allow easy training and presentations to a large group of users, by displaying the screen of a BlackBerry on a larger screen.
“Rove’s mobile enterprise software has brought simplicity and convenience to thousands of enterprise workers,” said Rob Woodbridge, President and CEO, Rove. “With these free versions of Mobile File Manager and Rove Mobile Viewer for Blackberry, we hope to introduce the Rove line of products to an even larger audience.”
Mobile File Manager and Rove Mobile Viewer for BlackBerry can be downloaded free of charge at: Rove - Products
The Rove Mobile Team