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Spb Traveler for Windows Mobile Pocket PC
Posted on 27-Jun-2007 10:23 | Filed under: Software

Spb Traveler for Windows Mobile Pocket PC
Spb Software House has released Spb Traveler for Windows Mobile Pocket PC, providing a handy tool set for travelers. The software provides users with an all-in-one solution including world time, weather forecast, currency converter, unit converter, clothing sizes, tip calculator, flight assistant, meeting planner and a game for those times where waiting is just the only thing to do.

Spb Traveler is currently available in English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Czech, Dutch, and Japanese languages.

The software is compatible with all Windows Mobile Pocket PC 2003, Windows Mobile 5.0 and Windows Mobile 6 Pocket PC devices.



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