SoftMaker Office 2010 for Windows Mobile

Posted by Jack Cook on Jun 14, 2010 | 10 Comments

SoftMaker Office 2010 for Windows Mobile is in public beta testing. If you want to try out the latest generation of the only full-featured office suite for Windows Mobile, get the free public beta version now.   Some good reasons for SoftMaker Office 2010: 1. Excellent filters for DOCX and XLSX files, making data exchange seamless with Word 2007/2010 and Excel 2007/2010. 2. Accesses even password-protected DOC,... 

Where am I? Use LocateMe!

Posted by Jack Cook on Jan 03, 2010 | 8 Comments

Sometimes it’s the “little things” that make life a little more enjoyable.  It doesn’t have to be expensive, it just has to do a task and enhance an experience.  Such is the case with a little program I ran across called LocateMe from Applied PDA Software. As I was perusing the apps at the Marketplace with my device, I ran across this neat utility that did one thing;  it located my position with Latitude... 

GoNews now with Windows Mobile Non-Touch support!

Posted by Jack Cook on Dec 23, 2009 | 3 Comments

I only use one NewsReader on my devices! It is called GoNews from SBSH Mobile Software. Now they have made it even better with an updated version 1.3 that adds support for Windows Mobile Smartphones (non touch screen devices) for the first time! This release supports both Windows Mobile Touch and Non-Touch screen devices!  GoNews 1.3 Release Highlights Non Touch Support – The new GoNews version is the first... 

Resco Photo Manager – making your device even better!

Posted by Jack Cook on Dec 02, 2009 | 5 Comments

There are just some programs that are “must have” programs for your device.  For me, every device I have has a variety of programs I use all the time.  Two being RESCO File Explorer and RESCO Photo Viewer Pro.  But now it is time for me to retire one … because there is a NEW and updated program called RESCO Photo Manager that goes well beyond what you would expect. Besides becoming a favorite photo... 

Resco Bubbles and Snake updated

Posted by Jack Cook on Sep 09, 2009 | 1 Comment

RESCO has a couple of updates for two great games and NOW the Samsung Omnia II is fully supported! Resco announced today the release of Resco Bubbles v1.40 and Resco Snake v1.10, updated games for accelerometer equipped devices. Whats new: both games now fully support Samsung Omnia II device minor bugs fixed Product pages: Resco Bubbles Resco Snake AKPC_IDS += "27492,"; Read More →

In 5 weeks …..

Posted by Jack Cook on Sep 01, 2009 | 7 Comments

… we will finally get to see and enjoy the latest Windows Mobile devices and I expect we will be quite happy with the options available to us.  The following was from the Windows Mobile Blog In just five weeks, you’ll have a bunch of new Windows phones to choose from. But before we show you some of the cool, new phones that will be coming out, I want to explain how we’re trying to make phones even better with... 

Free Translator Software

Posted by Jack Cook on Aug 31, 2009 | 4 Comments

Do you need a tool that will translate over 20 languages on your device? FreeTranslator may be the software that you need. Although I have not tried yet, this might be worth looking at if you want the ability to translate text while using your device. This translator is similar to Babylon Translator and translates various languages like Italian, English, French, Danish, Swedish, Finnish, German, Spanish, Russian, Greek,... 

FREE from Ilium

Posted by Jack Cook on Jul 07, 2009 | 5 Comments

Free is always good but when it’s free and quality “stuff”, then it is even better.  Ilium has been sharing some free software for Windows Mobile devices (and Palm OS, your Windows PC, UMPC and Tablet PC) for quite some time. It’s completely free and all of them are worth having in your arsenal of programs. Checkout the list of what they are sharing with you after the break AKPC_IDS += "26238,"; Read More →

How To Carry Extra Memory/SIM Cards When You Use a Holster

Posted by Bruce Atkinson on Jul 04, 2009 | 5 Comments

I recently switched from an HP 111 to a Tilt.  I prefer holsters and I purchased one for the Tilt.  One problem though, the holster doesn’t have card holder like a leather case does.  With the holster I no longer have a place to carry my On Course Navigator microSD card and an additional SIM card that I have. I searched around for a solution and I finally found the Proporta Aluminum Memory/SIM Holder. It is... 

Synching Multiple Calendars with Windows Mobile

Posted by Bruce Atkinson on Jun 30, 2009 | 7 Comments

I have been trying different methods of synchronizing my Calendars for many years, and I have finally settled on a method that works for me and is pretty much maintenance free.  That method utilizes Google Calendar as my hub and a combination of Google Calendar Sync and an excellent program called gSyncit ($9.99). Google Calendar supports multiple calendars and lets you publish/share them to other calendar tools like... 

WikiPock – Wikipedia in your pocket

Posted by Bruce Atkinson on Jun 26, 2009 | 6 Comments

WikiPock is a utility for Windows Mobile devices and Blackberrys, that lets you search Wikipedia without being connected to a network.  The costs for this convenience is quite reasonable. The Basic version is $9.99 and the Plus Version, which includes updates for a year and two additional databases, is $14.99.  The additional databases are Wikiquote, and Wiktionary.  The wikipedia database is currently 5 gig in size. ... 

Looking for device security?

Posted by Jack Cook on Jun 04, 2009 | 2 Comments

SecuBox may be a solution for you!  What is it?  Essentially it is a powerful and convenient on-the-fly “disk encryption” solution for Windows Mobile PDAs and Smartphones. It protects your confidential information by storing it in one or more secure areas. Data written to this secure card is automatically encrypted without any user intervention. Your data is absolutely safe even if the device is... 

What is Doodle?

Posted by Jack Cook on Jun 03, 2009 | 7 Comments

That is what I said when I first heard of it.  Of course I was thinking of what I used to do during those long boring lectures I had to attend in school but in fact  it is something much more useful and certainly productive.  Doodle is a means of helping you find dates and times for group events (like an appointment, a conference call, a family get-together) and it is incredibly easy to use!  And BTW,... 

GoNews Touch from SBSH

Posted by Jack Cook on May 25, 2009 | 1 Comment

SBSH GoNews Touch for Windows Mobile Touch devices has just been released and here is a little video tour to give you an idea of how useful it will be for you.   GoNews Touch is the first personally-configured newspaper solution for your Smart-phone device! GoNews Touch is a news-reader application that aggregates headlines and articles from across the internet based on your personal configuration and caches it... 

Spb Puzzle: a classical jigsaw puzzle

Posted by Jack Cook on May 13, 2009 | 3 Comments

There is a new puzzle game out there that looks very cool.  Spb Softwarehouse just released a classic jigsaw puzzle game, the object of which is to piece together the fragments to form a complete image. Puzzles are said to improve concentration, logic, attention, memory, and imagination.  Spb Puzzle lets you play the time-tested jigsaw classic on your phone. Key Features of Spb Puzzle 1.0 Versions for Windows... 

REDFLY Mobile Viewer software

Posted by Jack Cook on Apr 30, 2009 | 6 Comments

Instant On, Instant Access, Instant Productivity is probably what best describes Celio’s REDFLY.  But there is even more for you from Celio and you should check this out (it’s FREE). The REDFLY Mobile Viewer software for Windows XP and Vista by Celio Corp, lets you conveniently use your favorite Windows Mobile applications at full size on your PC. Ever wish you could see more information at once on... 

SPB Mobile Shell v3.0 User Interface Step-By-Step

Posted by Jack Cook on Apr 21, 2009 | 6 Comments

You have all seen the initial announcement of the NEW SPB Mobile Shell v3.0 User Interface.  What we will now see are the reviews, thoughts and opinions of folks worldwide as they use this new version of Mobile Shell from Spb.  Remo Knops from MobilityMinded has put together a great step by step overview of the different, layouts, screens and highlight the main new features of this great add-on for your Windows Mobile... 

Using the HTC Touch Diamond 2

Posted by Jack Cook on Apr 19, 2009 | 6 Comments

The folks at 4WinMobile.com got a hold of the HTC Touch Diamond 2 and are going to take a different approach to presenting it to you.  They are not planning on publishing a full review but will give their thoughts and feelings over a weeks use as they use it. Certainly a novel approach to giving you a look at this much anticipated device.  This may well give a better insight as to how it performs! Check it... 

HTC Touch Diamond is NOW on Verizon

Posted by Jack Cook on Apr 10, 2009 | 2 Comments

For those of you that are on the Verizon Network and have been wanting the Touch Diamond, it is officially there giving you all of the TouchFlo 3D goodness. The new HTC Touch Diamond™ combines all the performance and functionality of Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional with high–tech, innovative TouchFLO™ 3D Technology on its hi–res touchscreen. View, create, and edit documents in Word and Excel®, view PowerPoint®... 

PhatNotes 5.4 released

Posted by Jack Cook on Apr 07, 2009 | Leave a Comment

PhatNotes is an award-winning notes organizer for Microsoft Windows based Pocket PC, Microsoft Windows Mobile based Smartphone, and Desktop PC. You can create notes providing them with category, subject, creation and modification date, which helps to find required information quickly and easily. With PhatNotes you can search for specific text in a specific field and sort notes by category, date, or subject. You can protect... 
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