NiXPS Introduces XPS Viewer for iPhone, a World's First
NiXPS introduces NiXPS View for iPhone, the world's first XPS viewer for Apple's iPhone and iPod Touch.
(PRWEB) May 18, 2010
NiXPS (http://nixps. com) introduces NiXPS View for iPhone, the world's first XPS viewer for Apple's iPhone and iPod Touch platform.
"We are very excited about our iPhone XPS viewing application. XPS is a great tool available to millions of Windows users. It is a feature in Microsoft's Windows operating system, and allows everyone to freely create, share and archive digital information in high quality. Up till now people were unable to view these documents on the iPhone. NiXPS View for iPhone solves this by delivering a great little app to download and view XPS files.", explains Nick De Roeck, CEO of NiXPS NV.
"We were the first to introduce XPS viewing on the Mac in 2007, we are again the first to bring XPS viewing to the iPhone today", continues Mr. De Roeck. "Our company has a great pioneering mindset. We have extensive expertise with electronic document formats and cross-platform software development. This allows us to create and offer compelling software solutions to customers worldwide."
NiXPS View for iPhone costs EU 3.99/USD 4.99 and is available today from Apple's App Store.
NiXPS pioneers the XPS revolution. With a strong background in the publishing industry and extensive experience with document formats, the company is ideally positioned to offer the technology needed to make XPS usable in professional document management environments. NiXPS was the first to offer an XPS viewer on the Mac in 2007, and brought XPS viewing to the iPhone in 2010. Our NiXPS SDK is an independent, cross platform, highly efficient software library to read, modify, convert and write XPS files. Wolters Kluwer, Cardinal Health, Texas Intruments, Dane Prairie Systems and Accenture are amongst the many customers that rely on NiXPS technology. Learn what NiXPS can do for you by visiting nixps. com (http://nixps. com)
Created by Microsoft, XPS is an open, XML-based file format that serves as default page description and print spooling technology in Microsoft's operating system Windows Vista and the upcoming Windows 7. Through Windows Vista's print architecture millions of users can easily create XPS files from any application. Microsoft Vista - and soon Windows 7 - offer basic XPS viewing capabilities as part of the operating system. Most modern printers and front ends to high-end digital print production today support XPS. With these features XPS is an ideal format for document exchange, review and print in enterprise document and professional digital print environments.
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