Motricity Reports Bestselling Palm OS Software Titles

Motricity (formerly PowerByHand) has announced the best selling applications from its mobile online properties. The report lists the top Palm OS software on and

At, the world’s largest online software and digital media source for Palm OS applications, entertainment and multimedia titles captured several of the top spots.

The top 10 Q3 Palm OS applications included:

  1. Pocket-DVD Studio for Palm by
  2. Pocket Tunes Deluxe by NormSoft, Inc.
  3. DateBk5 by Pimlico Software, Inc.
  4. Backup Buddy for Windows by Blue Nomad, LLC
  5. ZLauncher by ZZTECHS
  6. MMPlayer by Almacom
  7. Diet & Exercise Assistant by Keyoe, Inc.
  8. Chess Genius by Lang Software Ltd.
  9. Agendus for Palm OS Standard Edition by iambic Software
  10. PowerRUN by YAMADA Tatsushi

“Through our leading online properties, Motricity has a unique insight into the mobile content marketplace, and we are happy to share this information with our customers, mobile content development partners and consumers in order to help facilitate a strong and growing mobile content ecosystem,” explained Jim Harvey, senior vice president of consumer and developer services at Motricity.

“Partnering with is one of the best decisions we’ve made. The premier partner program has greatly boosted our product sales and brought more exposure for our software. With, we’ve been able to push our business to a higher level, interact with our customers and better manage our business,” said Rock Zhou, Guangzhou Zhangzhe Technology Co, Ltd., developer of ZLauncher. is the newest addition to the Motricity network. Based in Germany, Europe’s most active mobile software market, provides over 20,000 applications from leading European developers to customers such as T-Online, Siemens, Toshiba and Tiscali. With over 1,000 developers, distributes applications across the spectrum of mobile platforms, including Palm, Symbian and Windows Mobile for Pocket PC.

The top 10 Q3 Palm OS applications from included:

  1. Englisch-Deutsch Wörterbuch SlovoEd (gold) für Palm OS 4.14 by Paragon Technology
  2. Agendus for Palm OS Professional Edition 8.01 by iambic Software
  3. FunSMS 4 Treo 600 GSM 4.0.1 by fun communications GmbH
  4. EinKaufszettel 3.4 by Matthäus Liss
  5. Tome Raider 2.86 by Proporta Software
  6. Deutsch-Italienisch LingoMAXX Wörterbuch für Palm OS 4.14 by Paragon Technology
  7. Mobile High Speed 5.0 by Jan Fuellmann
  8. Geburtstage 2.1 by Matthäus Liss
  9. Agendus for Palm OS Standard Edition 8.01 by iambic Software
  10. MailtoGO by WebtoGo Mobiles Internet

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skytraveler @ 11/4/2004 4:53:14 PM #
I'm surprised Datebook 5 is not higher. I could not live without that tool.

The SkyTraveler

pocket Tunes

Hal2000 @ 11/4/2004 8:34:48 PM #
NormSoft has really made some waves.

2.128 gigs under the hood.

Chess Software...

GordonMcKinney @ 11/5/2004 4:06:33 AM #
I know everyone has their favourites but a new player on the Palm scene that's well known to PC users is HiArcs. I've played Chess Tiger and Chess Genius and liked them both very much however I prefer the more 'human play' of HiArcs.

I'm not affiliated with the software in anyway, just a tip for anyone who likes a good game of chess on the morning train.


Gordon McKinney


mikecane @ 11/5/2004 8:13:11 AM #
It's obvious being used for video only. I finally tried its MP3 feature and was astonished to find there are MP3s it won't even *list* -- and therefore won't/can't play. These same MP3s show up and play with Pocket Tunes just fine.

RE: MMPlayer
Altema @ 11/5/2004 12:29:26 PM #
PocketTunes recognizes a wider variety of bitrates and formats. MMPlayer is still in beta. I have version 0.2.13p1 and it reads all my Mp3's just fine, so it may be a problem peculiar to your files.

RE: MMPlayer
mikecane @ 11/7/2004 1:10:03 PM #
I came back to correct my Comment. MMPlayer's file selection strangely does not work with the TE's down button. And there is too much white space at the bottom of a list, leading me to think that was the entire list. I didn't realize I had to use the scrollbar to see all the files. This SHOULD be fixed!



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