Pimlico Releases DateBk6
Pimlico Software has released DateBk6 for Palm OS devices. DateBk6 is an advanced calendar application that brings a wealth of functionality and features not even present in most desktop calendar programs. The program is full compatible and uses the same databases as the built in Palm OS programs but offers numerous additional features including colors, fonts, icons, custom alarms, templates, time zones, additional views and much more.
DateBk6 is a superset of the built-in datebook application, meaning that all the functionality available in that application is also available in DateBk6. DateBk6 has a new Today View which displays upcoming appointments, ToDo's and email (VersaMail). It can also display phases of the moon and supports a third party plug-in architecture which already includes 4Cast's weatherforcast application. DateBk6 also has an enhanced Alarm Manager which displays the next 50 upcoming alarms and also has the ability to silence all alarms until a specific time and Date.
Other new features include:
DateBk6 runs on all Palm OS Devices running OS 3.5 or later. It comes with a 45-day free trial and new purchases are sold at $27.95 USD. A $12.95 upgrade price is available for users who have previously purchased DateBk3/4/5. Proceeds from this product go towards wildlife conservation and the Dewar's Gorilla Haven project in the North Georgia Mountains
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