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    Have tried beamberruy recently but I had a 2mb file on my media card that literally took 25 mins to open and view. There has to somethin better/else for the 8320...ideas?

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    Is this an e-book? You could always try MobiPocket http://www.mobipocket.com/en/Downloa...ice=Blackberry

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    Soon to be released, and currently in beta, is Repligo Reader for PDF. Am using it now, and is excellent. Just what we all need/want.

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    Yes, it works quite well. Maybe a little slow but you can't expect much with Curve's processor.

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    I'm thinking you are referring to mobipocket. Yes it can be a little slow at times but much better than your 25 minutes ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~

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    No, I was referring to Repligo's product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSO View Post
    Soon to be released, and currently in beta, is Repligo Reader for PDF. Am using it now, and is excellent. Just what we all need/want.
    Will it be free?

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    T-Mobile Curve 8320 - 4.5.0.55 OS Beta!
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    Don't think so.

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    Any free program?

    Its not for me. Its for a frd which don't like paid program

    As for me. I don't have any use as of now... Lol

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    MobiPocket is free and I meantioned the link above. http://www.mobipocket.com/en/Downloa...ice=Blackberry

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    But it isn't a PDF reader per se. Maybe a PDF converter. It doesn't support images and styling or so the home page says.

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    How about emailing the file to yourself? You should be able to view the PDF attachment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavyComponent View Post
    Will it be free?

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    [heavycomponent@tmo.blackberry.net]

    --HeavyC.
    it won't be free. It's a pure native reader, not like the other Repligo programs that require yearly subscriptions and, like BeamBerry, relays back and forth from their server. I'm testing now, and as I said, it's great. Nothing like it out there at this time.

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