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AportisDoc Mobile for Windows Powered Handhelds Released

(Portland, OR) May 31, 2001 - Aportis Technologies Corp. announced today that AportisDoc(tm) Mobile, the award-winning, industry standard for publishing, sharing and exchanging electronic text documents of any size on Palm Powered(r) handheld devices, is now available for all Windows Powered(r) handheld devices, including the range of current PocketPC and HandheldPC devices. AportisDoc is an integral part of a wide variety of business and consumer applications, and has been an important enabling technology for devices based on the Palm Computing platform. AportisDoc Mobile can be used on dozens of devices, including the Compaq iPAQ, HP Jornada, Casio Cassiopeia E-115/125 and EM-500, and Sharp Mobilon. AportisDoc Mobile contains all the essential functions for reading documents, plus the ability to find text, control preferences, add Bookmarks, use extra fonts, and more. AportisDoc Mobile does not expire and has no functional limitations, although it does require payment after 30 days. AportisDoc Mobile for Windows Powered Handheld Devices costs US$30.00. It is available for download at the Aportis website, www.aportis.com and other Internet sites.

Extensive Content Availability 
The Aportis eBook Library contains over 4500 free downloadable fiction and non-fictional books and documents in AportisDoc format that are arranged in over thirty categories like Adventure, Mystery, Novels, Religion, Entertainment, and Business. Some of the most popular titles being downloaded include 'Alice in Wonderland' by Lewis Carroll, 'Dracula' by Bram Stoker, 'HTML Reference Guide', and 'NFL Football Schedules' for 2000-2001 Season. Many other Internet sites offer their texts in AportisDoc format, too.

About AportisDoc
AportisDoc is an integral part of a wide variety of business and consumer applications, and is an important enabling technology for handheld devices. The AportisDoc file format standard (often called "DOC") is used to create documents that are in use daily by businesses worldwide. For example, with AportisDoc documents on a handheld device, manufacturer's representatives can carry detailed price codes and technical specifications in their pockets, health care professionals take patient records and lab results on their rounds, lawyers can view any codes and rules needed during a trial, and financial services professionals can refer to credit ratings and S.E.C. regulations.

In addition to AportisDoc's acceptance as a standard by the professional and business community, thousands of electronic books, news headlines and articles, news columnists, and other useful materials are available. AportisDoc formatted content also includes new titles, reference works, classic novels, the Bible, train schedules, weather reports, travel guides, and most of the Gutenberg Project Library.

About Aportis
Aportis Technologies was founded in 1997 to develop and market a line of portable software products. Aportis' focus is on small business and enterprise-based productivity solutions for mobile professionals. Aportis can be reached at PO Box 86336, Portland, OR 97286-0336, USA. Sales number is toll free, 888.APORTIS (888.276.7847), or 503.736.3240. Fax is 503.736.3239. Aportis Technologies web site is www.aportis.com.

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AportisDoc is a trademark of Aportis Technologies Corp.

Windows and Windows Powered are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation  (Nasdaq: MSFT). Compaq and iPAQ are registered trademarks of Compaq Computer Corporation (NYSE: CPQ). HP and Jornada are registered trademarks of Hewlett-Packard (NYSE: HWP). Casio is a registered trademark of Casio Computer Company, Ltd. Sharp and Mobilon are registered trademarks of Sharp Corporation Palm OS is a registered trademark, and Palm and Palm Powered are trademarks of Palm, Inc. (Nasdaq: PALM).

For more information, contact:
Frank Colin, Aportis Technologies Corp.
voice: 503.736.3240 x 49
fax: 503.736.3239
email: [email protected]

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