DDH Software, Inc. has announced a new version of its HanDBase relational database application now available to owners of Symbian Series 60 handsets, such as the popular Series 60 smartphones by Nokia, Panasonic, Sendo and Siemens.
The Series 60 version of HanDBase comes with a desktop version that enables users to create and manage their information before transferring the data to their mobile devices for anytime/anywhere access and data entry.
With the HanDBase Desktop application users can design their own databases from scratch or start from any of the thousands of free applets available at ddhsoftware.com--all of which have been created and submitted by HanDBase users.
Users can transfer the database to the Series 60 handset for convenient handheld access and data entry. Beyond its full-featured editing and design capabilities, HanDBase Desktop allows users to export files in Excel, Word, CSV, HTML or XML formats.
Another feature of HanDBase Desktop that increases its user-friendliness is its "plug-in architecture" for third party add-on applications. For example, a user can automate repetitive tasks such as exporting, importing, running external programs, or seamlessly moving data between HanDBase and other formats such as Microsoft Access, and other ODBC sources.
"Our goal is to make HanDBase the premier mobile database program for all mobile platforms," said David Haupert, president of DDH Software. "Whether for business or personal purposes, we want all mobile device users to have access to the best mobile database available. The introduction of HanDBase for Series 60 is a big step toward making it available to all smartphone users."