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hopTo Beta is Available for Download

April 15, 2013

hopTo Inc, a subsidiary of GraphOn Corporation, released the public beta of its new productivity app for the iPad. The app, hopTo, is a workspace that allows users manage, edit and share their documents by leveraging their PC. A lot of work has been put into the app and there are more than 100 patents protecting the technology behind it.

"We're incredibly excited about this first-ever public beta release of hopTo. We believe that post-PC devices represent a tectonic shift in mobile productivity, and that there is strong demand in the market for a powerful, flexible productivity workspace that includes rich document editing capabilities with full Microsoft Office compatibility," said Eldad Eilam, president and CEO of hopTo. "At the same time, users expect elegant, intuitive user interfaces and support for their favorite cloud storage solutions. Most users have documents stored on their personal computer, in addition to documents stored on cloud storage services such as Box and Dropbox. We designed hopTo to perfectly address all of these requirements."

Christoph Berlin, COO of hopTo, continued by saying, “hopTo reinvents mobile productivity with an amazingly intuitive user-interface and a robust feature set. This public beta release of hopTo includes a powerful tab-based multitasking concept, an aggregated search feature that includes documents gathered from the user's PC and from cloud storage services and many other compelling features. We plan to release several major updates later this year that will include, among others, even deeper document editing capabilities, iPhone and Android support, and integration with additional cloud storage services."

The beta is available for download on iTunes and is compatible with any iPad that is second generation or later and the iPad Mini. As mentioned previously, the app will also be coming to iPhone and Android platforms in the near future. For more information about hopTo, you can visit its website.

Edited by Rachel Ramsey

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