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    And what are some good ones? I'd love a phone book option where you can enter addresses. TIA!
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    Hi,

    the first stop for free Palm programs is probably

    http://www.freewarepalm.com/

    Good ones? I'm afraid that's depending on your personal needs and taste to such a degree that I'd rather not try to answer that.

    Phonebook? I use Takephone, which is not free (9.95 $), but so good that IMHO it's worth the expense, so again I can't comment.

    You might like to take a peek at

    http://www.shsh.com


    Regards,

    Jochen
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    i agree on TP too.

    I use google and search for "freeware palm"

    Quote Originally Posted by Jochen K. View Post
    Hi,

    the first stop for free Palm programs is probably

    http://www.freewarepalm.com/

    Good ones? I'm afraid that's depending on your personal needs and taste to such a degree that I'd rather not try to answer that.

    Phonebook? I use Takephone, which is not free (9.95 $), but so good that IMHO it's worth the expense, so again I can't comment.

    You might like to take a peek at

    http://www.shsh.com


    Regards,

    Jochen
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    Visor -> Treo 650 Cingular UNLocked (Cing. Blue Phone on Orange Network) -> vzw 700p -> VZW Centro (much better)
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    some sofware developers, mainly known for their licensed software, also distribute some interesting freeware apps:

    http://www.ranosoft.net/palm/ (TopNaviText, Bombel, SoftReset, etc)

    http://www.palmpowerups.com/news.php (SkinUi)

    hobbyist, etc.
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    One of my favorite free apps is Diddlebug...it's great for jotting down quick notes.
    No more rhymes...and this time I mean it!
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    There are tons of freeware apps that simply rock

    FileZ - a great and stable file manager
    HandZipperLite - unzip files for OTA installations
    DA Launcher - Extend the capabilities of your palm, best used with Accessorizer that makes your phone "multitask"... ahem, I prefer the term "bi-functional" (launching another app on top of the one youre working on and exiting back to the original app)
    Duh Button launcher - good free extention to your stock launcher
    TCPMP - great media player with plenty of format support
    mOcean (not free, but rather adware) - decent media player that also doubles as a free card reader app for your phone
    TryDA - great directory assistance app
    PalmVNC - VNC client for your palm
    Gizmo - free multi platform IM client

    I'm sure I've missed plenty of other great freeware but at least, as you can see, theres plenty of free programs to serve just about any need.
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    FilePC2PDA. This is probably the slowest way to access your SD card in a Centro. And the app looks and acts like it was designed when Windows 3.1 was brand-spankin' new. But it's free, and also gives you access to the Centro's internal memory.

    http://mytreo.net/downloads/palm-file-browser,220.html

    Hope this helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doggy View Post
    One of my favorite free apps is Diddlebug...it's great for jotting down quick notes.
    That's my favorite also and just what I have been looking for to just down quick notes and setting alarms to remind me.
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    Thanks so much! The diddlebug feature is something i've been looking for. Now forgive my probably dumb question--how do i get it onto the Centro once i've downloaded it to my laptop?
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    assuming you have the palm destop installed you just duble-click on the diddkebug-english file and it will be sent to the installer. Then hotsync

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