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Topic # 5900 7-Dec-2005 09:41
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I have a Sony Ericsson P900 and would like to know if anyone has used either Handy Day 2005 or Tracker and which one you consider to be the most useful. Also does anyone know what the latest version of Tracker is please.

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Reply # 24355 7-Dec-2005 09:53
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Latest version of Tracker is v4.04

I use tracker, I find it quite handy and it has a nice feature where it'll tell you how long your last call was when you hangup.

There's also handyday 2005 as you've mentioned, but also handyday 2004.
Even though they share the same name, they are quite different apps. 2005 is very big and complex and I think overkill, but a lot of people seem to like it.

Give them all a try, I think they all have a 30 day trial period.




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Reply # 24464 9-Dec-2005 07:52
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Thanks for the info, I have now got the demo version of Tracker and I like it. I've heard that Handy Day is ok as well but seems to drain the phones battery quite quickly.



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Reply # 24863 16-Dec-2005 15:04
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I decided to 'bite the bullet' and buy Tracker 4 and it is so much better than Handy Day and I've also downloaded some free skins for it, one being XP 3000 which seems to do everything I need. Thanks for you help, I appreciate it :-)

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Reply # 24865 16-Dec-2005 15:14
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No worries, glad you're happy.
Tracker4 is certainly the best of the bunch.

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