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Wave of software announcements for Palm OS Cobalt
Posted on 11-Feb-2004 08:50 | Tags Filed under: News



For starter DreamQuest Software has announced its Sneak Preview for the upcoming 6.0 release of the Championship Pro line of card games for Palm Powered smart mobile devices running Palm OS Garnet. This release combines the traditional features of Championship Pro that gamers know and love with will an all-new set of in-game characters and advanced mobile gaming features.

Then SplashData has announced a major upgrade to its best-selling personal identification organizer, SplashID. SplashID 3.0, which securely maintains personal identification information on a Palm Powered handhelds and desktop computer, now offers a host of new features aimed at simplifying the security of data and enabling users to customize the program to suit their particular preferences.

Beiks announced a new version of its popular BDicty Dictionary Reader for Palm OS that includes full text search capabilities for ARM-based Palm Powered devices. BDicty, the first dictionary reader to take advantage of the power and performance of ARM processors, scans the entire lexicon within seconds enabling the user to quickly search for words or phrases. BDicty Dictionary is available in two versions, Light and Pro. Both versions can open and work with any of the lexicon data files designed for BDicty—including the most recent addition of talking foreign language phrasebooks, which audibly tell users how to properly pronounce a word or phrase. The BDicty Pro version includes high-level features such as faster speed and the ability to access a BDicty dictionary from within other applications (for example, users can look up the meaning of a word in an eBook document without having to close the viewer application to launch BDicty). The Light version of BDicty is free while the Pro version costs US$10.00.

Corsoft announced the latest version of Plug2Net for Palm OS. This easy-to-use solution now enables users to connect their Palm Powered device to the Internet via USB and Bluetooth.










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