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PpcPad for Pocket PC
Posted on 21-Jan-2004 08:04 | Tags Filed under: Software


PpcPad for Pocket PC
PpcSoft is proud to announce the release of PpcPad, a notepad which allows you to quickly jot down notes on your Pocket PC or Windows Mobile 2003 device.

PpcPad will let you create virtually unlimited number of notes, each note capable of having 99 pages.

PpcPad offers many powerful features, such as Categories, Templates, Reminders, Zooming and Importing/Exporting of bitmaps.
  • Notes can be categorized for easier overview and better organization
  • Notes may have reminders for notes that shouldn't be forgotten
  • A zoom feature allow you to view 4 pages at a time for quick overview of notes
  • The powerful Templates allow you to create powerful notes quickly
  • Import or export bitmaps to/from your notes

    A fully functional time-limited version of PpcPad V1.0 is available for download with separate optimized Pocket PC 2002 and Windows Mobile 2003 versions

    The ordinary price is US$14.95, but PpcPad is available for an introduction offer of only US$1.49 for the first 50 customers - this is a 90% discount for the quickest customers! To get the introduction price, just enter the promotion code E7D5DB in the Handango shopping cart and hit "Recalculate" to verify the discounted price.






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