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GraphOn Corp. (GOJO) New GO-Global iOS Client Allows iPhone Users Access To Windows

May 07, 2012 5:18 PM ETHPTO
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GraphOn Corp., a global developer of cloud application delivery and Web-enabling solutions, today announced the availability of its new GO-Global iOS Client, which replaces the GO-Global iPad Client.

GO-Global iOS Client is available as a free downloadable app from Apple's App Store, and is used in conjunction with GraphOn's GO-Global Windows Host solution designed to seamlessly deliver Windows applications to Apple iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch users.

The new product features several enhancements, including support for iPhone and iPad Touch platforms in addition to existing iPad support, improved navigation, voice-to-text input, auto-resizing on device rotation, increased performance, plus iPhone and iPad 3 Retina Display screen optimization.

"iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch users can now interact with their favorite Windows programs using just their fingers," Christoph Berlin, GraphOn's vice president of product management and marketing stated in the press release. "Our GO-Global iOS Client uses intuitive, multi-touch gestures to achieve popular mouse and keyboard operations. Windows applications appear on the iOS device just as though they were running locally, retaining all features, functions and branding."

The company's GO-Global Windows Host securely delivers server-resident Windows applications to virtually any location, platform, and operating system.

For more information visit graphon.com

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