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PalmInfocenter Store Adds Windows Mobile Smartphone Software

Windows Mobile Smartphone SoftwareThe PalmInfocenter store has expanded to offer Windows Mobile Standard (aka Smartphone edition) software in order to accommodate the new Treo 500 series. You can expect the same high quality service, easy to use design, simple purchasing system and free downloads and specials the PalmInfocenter store is known for.

We already have a large catalogue of some of the most popular titles including: CorePlayer for Smartphone, SmartphoneNotes, SplashID and much more.

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Good idea

SeldomVisitor @ 9/17/2007 6:58:03 PM # Q
Nuff said.


RE: Good idea
adamsmark @ 9/17/2007 7:07:20 PM # Q
Exactly. Not expanding... transitioning.

"I believe in the atomic bomb."

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Palm V > Vx > Clie Peg T615C > T3 > Clie TH55 > T3 > Treo 650 > Treo 700p & T3!

RE: Good idea
SeldomVisitor @ 9/17/2007 7:25:19 PM # Q
Yup yup yup.


RE: Good idea
freakout @ 9/17/2007 7:27:29 PM # Q
^^ Oh, rubbish:

tran·si·tion
–noun
1. movement, passage, or change from one position, state, stage, subject, concept, etc., to another; change: the transition from adolescence to adulthood.

"Expanding" works just fine, considering the store still sells Palm OS and Pocket PC software, and barring some catastrophic failure of technology will continue to do so. :P

RE: Good idea
VampireLestat @ 9/17/2007 10:21:05 PM # Q
PalmInfoCenter better reserve the domain mobileinfocenter.com soon because Palm Inc. is not for long.

RE: Good idea
VampireLestat @ 9/17/2007 10:23:09 PM # Q
oh would you look at that! PIC.com ALREADY owns MobileInfoCenter.com

hahahahaha little weasels. I don't blame them, I would have done the same thing.

RE: Good idea
VampireLestat @ 9/17/2007 10:25:17 PM # Q
Ryan,

Please launch mobileinfocenter.com and prepare a section (discussion forum, etc) for the HP 210 and HP 110 Classic series.

TIA

RE: Good idea
SeldomVisitor @ 9/18/2007 6:15:17 AM # Q
> ...considering the store still sells Palm OS ... software, and
> barring some catastrophic failure of technology will continue to do so..."

Lol!

Now THAT was a funny joke!

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Is there an equivalent to Palm's Find on WM Smartphone?

ChiA @ 9/18/2007 2:48:05 AM # Q
On the topic of transition, is there an equivalent to Palm's Find button on Windows Mobile, something that will allow me to find a word or phrase in any of the files on the smartphone? It's something I find very useful on my Palm. At the very least I'd like a search function that will look for the phrase in calendar, contacts, tasks, emails, pdfs, word and excel documents but a global find a la Palm will be ideal.

If only there was a Palm OS smartphone with wi-fi or European 3G then I'd be avoiding all this hassle, but that's a topic for another story!

RE: Is there an equivalent to Palm's Find on WM Smartphone?
Surur @ 9/18/2007 4:02:00 AM # Q
Yes, in most files generated by native software, but its not guaranteed for 3rd party software.

Surur

RE: Is there an equivalent to Palm's Find on WM Smartphone?
ExPalmUser2 @ 9/19/2007 10:21:04 AM # Q
something that will allow me to find a word or phrase in any of the files on the smartphone?

Interesting that I had exactly the same question when I tried WM5 simulator. And you are right that's a very very useful feature on PalmOS. Because it searches *all* the programs. Very practical feature (and essential) for a PDA. I think PalmOS's file system is based on database like records and feilds, which makes it even easier for searching purposes.

If I'm not mistaken I remember reading something somewhere some-long-time ago ;) or it is just my impression of the Find on PalmOS that the Find function actually calls each program on its "searchable programs list" and tells it "search within yourself with these parameters" And if the program is 'searchable' then it would search in itself and would return the results (if found of course).

If this is the case, this might be a good thing to implement on WM machines too. So you'd have one centralized searching function. Specially for WM machines that each program has its own complicated data-structure this feature seems to be even more essential.

And yes that's a problem on WM machines! The Search function seems to be searching only through a limited built-in programs. There are file searching programs which search through the content of files but I didn't find them useful in our case.

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