DDH Software, Inc. is introducing a new version of its HanDBase relational database application for Palm OS, Windows Mobile Pocket PC, Windows Mobile Smartphone and Symbian S60 (formerly “Series 60”) devices.
The new version comes as the company is reaching another significant milestone: 150,000 licensed HanDBase users.
The company has introduced an all-new Mac version of HanDBase Desktop, providing Mac OS X users with the ability to make changes to databases from their desktop.
HanDBase for Windows Mobile and Windows Desktop have been designed to enable databases to be placed into categories and retrieved through a drop-down list. This interface provides users with a familiar means of accessing and cataloging database files and setting properties for each database they create.
Updates to the mobile Palm OS version of HanDBase include one-handed navigation support for Treo 600 and 650 smartphones; fve-way navigation support; iproved formatting options for the HanDBase Forms Designer via a “snap to grid” feature; and spport for the latest high-resolution screens, 320 x 480, even in custom designed forms.
The Windows Mobile version of HanDBase includes category support; support for Windows Mobile 5.0; auto-save option; landscape/VGA device support; and compatibility with the new Treo 700w and other square-screen devices.
Windows Mobile Smartphone and Symbian S60 users can enjoy enhanced versions of HanDBase as well, with features like T9 support on the S60 platform, and QVGA phone support on new and upcoming Windows Mobile Smartphones.