Infraware, who will be exhibiting at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week, has said that global sales of its Polaris Office have reached 300 million unit sales.
Polaris Office now ranks as the fastest-selling document solution for mobile devices, with approximately 5.4 copies sold every second worldwide, since the app was first released in May 2011.
“The speed at which we have hit this milestone is clear indication that the mobile office work trend is now here in full force, and mobile technology rapidly moving towards replacing PCs,”” said Mr. Min Cheol Kwak, CEO of INFRAWARE. “”As a leader in the BYOD arena, INFRAWARE is committed to the development of further innovations delivering enhanced user benefits and productivity.””
A definitive mobile office platform, Polaris Office is the result of the company’s ample investment based on accumulated technologies. The app allows users to easily view, edit and create documents on their mobile devices in various file types including: Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, and Adobe PDF. Polaris Office also provides users seamless access to popular primary storage services like Dropbox and Google Drive.
Compatible with both Android and iOS, Polaris Office is utilized in about 190 countries and is pre-installed in over 50% of Android smartphones made by global manufacturers including Samsung, LG, HTC, ASUS, ZTE, Huawei and Panasonic. It also has ranked at the top of the business category of iTunes since the launch of the iOS version in April 2012 [http://bit.ly/XGLiKn].
Reference: BYOD Trend, Mobile Device vs. PC Market
According to studies from leading research firms, the adoption of mobile devices for multi-use purposes is rapidly increasing:
Mobile devices are also now increasingly replacing PCs:
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