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Topic # 5695 18-Nov-2005 09:50

Hi there,
Firstly I am so glad i found this website. There is so much information around.
Now to my problem. I just got my TNZ Apache and my question is Now what?
What things should I have on it? I am newbie to the World of handhelds so me pretty blank on this one.Any Freewares or good quality softwares out there I must have on my machine.
I am looking for a good IM Client for msn, yahoo & icq. Also a good rss feed reader and some apps which increase functionality on the apache.
Any help would be appreciated & I am looking forward to meeting you at the Auckland dinner.

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Reply # 23497 18-Nov-2005 11:40
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Good points. The device in itself is a great tool, but it can have its functionality greatly expanded.

I use Spb Diary, Newsbreak RSS feed reader, and a few other software. They are available through our Geekzone Software Store.

Have a look through the store, there are lots of software there. I recommend you install the programs on an external mini SD card though, only using the internal memory for programs that are used in the Today screen (such as Spb Diary for example).

Also, have a look at InHand. It's an online catalog that runs on your device with some screenshots and direct links to the the top software in different categories.





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Reply # 23502 18-Nov-2005 15:30
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you can find many pocket pc freeware from here. But remember instaling some software may cause instability and require soft reset.

http://www.freewareppc.com

you will find pdaphonehome forum have lot of useful for tips and tricks for Apache (aka ppc 6700 on sprint network

http://pdaphonehome.com/forums/...






 
 
 
 


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Reply # 23503 18-Nov-2005 16:30
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Except that freewarepocketpct spawned three or four popups! I wouldn't go there...





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