Classic Compatible Apps Now Listed in the Store
The PalmInfocenter Software Store has added the ability to easily browse and purchase Palm OS applications that are compatible with the webOS Classic emulator. Starting today, users can select the Palm Pre via the device selector and view a large catalog of Palm OS apps that have been proven to work perfectly in Classic, with new apps being tested and added daily.
Customers can read about the various means of installing and using Classic apps via our FAQ here. The store will also mark existing Palm OS apps with a Classic Certified Logo on the product detail pages.
To celebrate the new features, the software store is offering a 20% discount on all apps from now until July 4, 2009. Just enter coupon code, "CLASSIC" during checkout.
"The Palm Pre and Palm's webOS have garnered accolades from industry experts and ignited an air of excitement around Palm that hasn't been felt for years," said Steve Howard, president and CEO of MobiHand, Inc. "Thanks to the MotionApps Classic Palm OS emulator, new Pre owners will be able to run many of the leisure and business apps they love such as Aces Texas Hold'em, Bejeweled, BlackJack Deluxe, Agendus, and SplashID immediately—which will help them comfortably make the transition to this incredible new platform."
"MobiHand has made it possible for our readers to access a growing list of apps that will run on the Palm Pre using the MotionApps Classic Palm OS emulator," said Ryan Kairer, founder of PalmInfocenter.com. "The long list of unique titles and special offers that can be found at our Classic App store will make it a destination to visit often."
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