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  1. #21  
    Sim City
    DateBk4.0
    Zap2016
    and problably lemmings soon


    BEN
  2. #22  
    Silverscreen
    cjkos

    the second one is a Chinese/Japanese/Korean platform for palm, which works great, and also keeps my friends who don't speak Chinese away from taking away my Visor and play with it all day =)
  3. #23  
    Launch 'em
    ActionNames
    Hackmaster
    BackupBuddy
  4. #24  
    Four.Zero (Though I really don't use it much)
    BubblePuzzle (This game rocks!)
    WordSmith
    BugMe!
    Liberty
    WordSleuth (Came w/ GoType)
    MagicText
    iSilo
    Matt Nichols
    VigoSpraxPalm@Yahoo.com
  5. #25  
    DateBk4
    BugMe!
    DayNotez
    Documents To Go Pro
    Project@Hand
    Quicksheet
    BackupBuddy
    Bret Snyder<BR>If you don't know where you're going,<BR>You'll probably end up somewhere else.
  6. #26  
    I've registered:
    FitalyStamp
    PocketGammon
    ThinkDB
    Launch 'Em
    WordSmith
    and thinking about ActionNames.

    My favorites are ThinkDB and WordSmith.
    I think they shold finally kill off grafitti and make FitalyStamp standard on all Palm OS 5.0 PDA's
    "Life is what you experience between racing games"
    Galley
  7. #27  
    1. Silver Screen
    2. DateBK4
    3. Travel Tracker
    4. UnDupe
    5. WordSmith
    ...the patron saint of the easily amused...
  8. #28  
    action names -- datebook, todo, address replacement
    alltime -- expense/time tracker
    brainforest -- project planner
    quicksheet -- spreadsheet
    smartdoc (i know - wordsmith, blah, blah, blah -- i just can't justify paying for 2!) -- doc reader/editor
    jfile -- database
    multimail -- mail replacement (indispensible for mac users)

    exit, pursued by a bear.
  9. #29  
    PalmBible
    QuickOffice (both QuickWord and QuickSheet)
    TapPad
  10. #30  
    Software I've paid for:

    MegaLauncher II - really cool and feature packed launcher
    DateBk 4 - no description necessary
    PocketMoney - imo the best finance program available
    Pop Up Names - awesome address book replacement
    Pop Up Time - pop up the time, battery and memory from within any program and at power on
    toby sterrett
    loudpocket.com
  11. #31  
    Software I've paid for:

    TAPPAD - Excellent product
    DateBk4 - Excellent, but a little too feature laden.
    Handyshopper - Free, but I would buy it in a minute.
  12. #32  
    In order of God-like Essentialness:

    * BackupBuddy
    * DateBk4
    * WordSmith
    * Commander Lite
    * Secret!
    * Launch 'Em
    * QuickSheet

    [I'd add HandyShopper to the list, but I only had to mail a postcard!]
    Jeff Meyer

    "And he died like he lived: with his mouth wide open."
  13. #33  
    I've paid for

    TinySheet
    WordSmith

    and may soon pay for the ThinkDB desktop app. A few games I'm considering -

    Colors
    Euchre
    Pipes
  14. #34  
    A few of the apps I've bought:

    HanDbase
    Launch EM
    List Maker
    DateBk4
    Kyle's Quest
    Puzzles in motion
    Jot Loc
    If you choose not to decide, you still have made a choice...
  15. #35  
    1. A rieleys pocket vineyard (I sell wine) $20
    2. Bug Me $20
    3. M-W dictionary for franklin reader. I find it more useful than noah and it has a spelling utility $30
    4. Doc to go pro. It allows me to use the corel office suite and I can also see email attachments. $50

    I use these apps MANY times per day. With the acception of address book, I don't think there are any others which I use every day
  16. #36  
    I will only buy something if I know it will make my life easier, and I needed full synching with MS Office so I've got (in order of usefulness):
    WordSmith - Read/Write Word docs with formatting (the best WP)
    QuickOffice - Read/Write Word & Excel (QuickSheet rocks!)
    Natara Project@hand - MS Project (helped to pull my balls out of the fire in numerous project meetings!)
    iSilo - Read only Word & HTML docs with images
    InstallBuddy - automated conversion of files
    DtG - Read only Word docs with tables (I won't be upgrading)

    I also use a modem:
    Multimail
    PalmScape (expensive, but the best browser available)

    plus:
    Irlink
    Hackmaster
    Findhack

    Free stuff:
    HandyShopper (I use this to control all my Visor purchases, software & hardware)
    McPhling
    AvantGo
    ThinkDb

    I am currently reviewing, with a view to buying:
    ThinkDb Desktop
    FireConverter
    TextPlus
  17. #37  
    So far...
    DayNotez Desktop
    FemDays

    Am about to license...
    WordSmith
    Commander (maybe)

    Helen
  18. #38  
    TextPlus (www.smartcell.com) Works with Graffiti in any program to suggest the completion of your words. I find it really speeds up input. It also improves my spelling.

    As many others have already said - WordSmith (www.bluenomad.com). It is the best! Great immediate conversion to MS Word. I can't say enough about it.

    Games: Anything from the Seahorse Software
    (www.seahorsesoft.com)
    Anything from Electron Hut (www.electonhut.com)
    Richard Grogan
    Email: <A HREF="mailto:rgrogan@azstarnet.com?subject=VisorCentral">rgrogan@azstarnet.com</A>
    Homepage: <A HREF="http://www.azstarnet.com/~rgrogan/official.htm">http://www.azstarnet.com/~rgrogan/official.htm</A>
  19. #39  
    I've registered and regularily use:

    Datebk4 (use the most)
    TextPlus (word/phrase completer)
    Thinkdb (I keep track of tons of stuff with this)
    WordSmith (I'm writing the Great American Novel)
    PocketQuicken (I use a debit card, throw away receipts!)
    iSilo
    Backup Buddy

    I'm considering registering:

    Launch Em (very cool on my Prism)
    Mark My Scriptures
    Bug Me (kind of expensive)
    Atom Smash
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    DateBk4
    MobileAccountManager
    Proj@Hand
    WordSmith
    QuickSheet
    Arranger
    BugMe!Messenger
    Freecell
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