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    OK, assume you could only download one application forever onto your Treo 650.

    What would it be? And why? How much does it cost?

    As a newbie, just wanted to see what other users are using and taking advantage of.

    Thanks!
    Sprint Treo 755p (ex-650) user and loving it.
    1.04-SPNT
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    One 3rd party app on a stock Treo 650? Chatter Email, without question. It is by far the one app I use the most. It works GREAT with my AOL IMAP email, I rarely sign into AOL on my PC anymore and it keeps me connected with family and friends. Plus, Marc Blank provides fantastic support for his product. Current cost is $39, which is a one time fee.
    CGordonn
    SPCS Treo 700p
    Virginia Beach, VA but home will
    always be Honolulu, HI
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    I suppose I could get used to using the delivered Calendar and Tasks apps...and there seem to be lots of people who get along using Versamail...so my answer is: Directory Assistant.

    The fact that I'm able to look up any person or business in any city I happen to be in, get directions, see a map, call them, copy their info in two clicks to my Contacts db...well, that's what having a smart phone is all about. Non-Treo users are constantly amazed at my ability to come up with a phone number and directions at a moment's notice. And Geez! It's free!
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    Chattermail. Should be included in the Treo software. Also PocketTunes Deluxe
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Gamble
    I suppose I could get used to using the delivered Calendar and Tasks apps...and there seem to be lots of people who get along using Versamail...so my answer is: Directory Assistant.

    The fact that I'm able to look up any person or business in any city I happen to be in, get directions, see a map, call them, copy their info in two clicks to my Contacts db...well, that's what having a smart phone is all about. Non-Treo users are constantly amazed at my ability to come up with a phone number and directions at a moment's notice. And Geez! It's free!
    where can i get this? sounds interesting.
    Sprint Treo 755p (ex-650) user and loving it.
    1.04-SPNT
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    Quote Originally Posted by ke301
    where can i get this? sounds interesting.
    http://home.triad.rr.com/rlwhitt/palm/
    V > Vx > m505 > m515 > T/T > T3 > TC > 650 > 680
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    Chatter is my favorite and most used app. Volume Care and Directory Assistant are my most indispensible
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkY
    Chatter is my favorite and most used app. Volume Care and Directory Assistant are my most indispensible

    What is Volume Care? Waht does it do? How much? Where to get it?
    Sprint Treo 755p (ex-650) user and loving it.
    1.04-SPNT
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    Mapopolis NavCard. $250 in GPS bundle.

    LG VX9800
    Motorola HS-850
    Linksys USBBT100
    Mobile Crossing BT GPS

    (R.I.P.)
    VZW Treo 650
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    SplashID. I can access all of my email through Blazer if needed in a pinch, but I couldn't get by without SplashID.
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    Bike or Die. Best game i've played in a long time for any sort of device, very suprising and absolutely my most used.
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    It is far from perfect, but I must have Beyond Contacts. It gets me past the category limitations of the built-in contacts/calendar, which allows me to work within my structure in Outlook. So for me, this is what a smartphone is all about. Sadly, there isnt much else I like about Beyond Contacts. Actually, I havent checked in a while, maybe there is a better application that also allows multiple categories...
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    Well, since VolumeCare and ChatterEmail have already been mentioned, then the next one is Agendus Pro.

    If the items you schedule time for in life involve the people in your contact list, then Agendus is what you need. I would have never stayed with the PalmOS if Agendus didn't exist -- I'd still be using my Psion.

    Great app.

    -Warr
    Progress? Well, at least I can get color traffic maps now...
    Psion 3a -> Psion 3c -> Palm IIIXE -> Palm VIIx -> Kyocera 7135 -> Treo 650 -> Centro
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    NESeM,Bike or Die.
    Remember: You are an unique, individual person...just like everyone else
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    Too many favs - Chatter & Agendus (close for first)
    Fred
    Cingular 680
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    Quote Originally Posted by ike301
    What is Volume Care? Waht does it do? How much? Where to get it?

    It has its on forum here:
    http://discussion.treocentral.com/sh...ad.php?t=82434

    As far as my favorite app... I am torn between the three I use the most:
    eReader
    Pocket Lingo (w/ American Heritage Dictionary and Thesaurus)
    Olive Tree Bible Reader (they have several free Bible versions)

    I really like Directory Assistant also, but I wish it would do keyword searches. As it is, you have to know the business name.

    Another app that has the same kind of coolness factor is KMaps. I just recently loaded it and it is great.
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    Datebook 5. Indispensible in my line of work.
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    Let me put in a word for Softick Card Export, it turns your phone into a thumb drive and also allows you to easily install files onto the card (and from there into RAM).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxy
    Let me put in a word for Softick Card Export, it turns your phone into a thumb drive and also allows you to easily install files onto the card (and from there into RAM).
    I don't really see the practicality of htis one though ever since those all-in-one card readers got sooooooo cheap.
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    Expensive - YES

    But worth it. This program is absolutely necessary for the frequent air traveler.

    Together with the WorldMate Desktop. It makes scheduling easy.

    It has every feature you could want! Including OTA updates.
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