iambic Releases Agendus v12
iambic today announced the release of Agendus for Palm OS Professional Edition, Version 12, a robust, new version of its award-winning, fully-integrated, personal information manager (PIM) optimized for Treo smartphones. The functionality of Agendus for Palm OS Version 12 has been expanded to include new journaling capabilities and a project manager. Other additions include a Photo Dialer mode that associates a contact’s picture with its address information for speedy one-tap dialing, and Power Search 411, which simplifies reverse phone number lookup.
According to the company the emphasis in this release of Agendus for Palm OS was on improving application speed and ease-of-use, with a significant number of new features found in the area of powering personal productivity. Agendus works intuitively and brings complete integration among all your calendar, memos, to-dos, and contact items. It features 16 different views to mix and match your tasks and calendar information. iambic has added numerous new features and functions to this release including a personal project manager, an expanded journal function, the ability to connect files to activities, associating multiple contacts to task, stand alone alarms and new OTA capabilities to provide stock quotes to the Today view.
“Agendus 12 sets a new milestone in the evolution of our award-winning, flagship title for Palm OS-powered smartphones and it represents the aggregation of a year of user feedback,” said Adriano Chiaretta, chief operating officer at iambic, Inc. “What’s exciting about this new release is that we’ve added powerful new features, made significant usability improvements, plus, this is the first product to use the auto learning technology we developed, which enables Agendus to predicatively adjust certain aspects of how it interacts with the user based on actions performed during previous sessions."
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