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Kinoma Player Palm OS One of the longest-serving Palm OS media apps is finally reaching the end of the road. Kinoma has just announced that effective August 1st, 2010, all sales will cease for the Palm OS version of Kinoma Player 4 EX. According to Kinoma, official support including security fixes will last until October 1st. Afterwards, all support for the product will be community-based via the company's official forums. It is worth noting that the Kinoma Producer software for Windows and Macintosh will also cease on the same timeframe as the Palm OS version. No word as of yet if the company's free Palm OS Kinoma Player 4 app will continue to be offered for download going forward.

Kinoma's official line for support of Palm OS and its related devices:

"As Palm OS fades into the sunset, we've had a lot of folks ask what our plans are. Today we're announcing that we'll be ending sales and support for Palm OS products in order to focus completely on current phone OSs"

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Finally

legodude522 @ 7/20/2010 1:40:09 AM # Q
Good riddance.
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'current phone OSs'

Gekko @ 7/22/2010 6:03:39 PM # Q
>As Palm OS fades into the sunset, we've had a lot of folks ask what our plans are. Today we're announcing that we'll be ending sales and support for Palm OS products in order to focus completely on current phone OSs"

like what? WinMob? that's all i see on their site.


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