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  1. #41  
    Info Select for PC = $149.00
    Info Select for Palm = $70.00

    Shadow Palm + Desktop = $22.99

    Info Select may have more features but for $230 bucks...no thanks.Info Select for PC = $149.00
    well, i bought info select when it was $50 and the palm was $50. no question it's expensive, but i need its extensive features... if Shadow ever gets to a similar search capability, i'll consider it again...
  2. #42  
    I'd like info on Pocket tv too.

    Thanks
  3. #43  
    I just had another conversation with the people at treo600.net and they said that they would gladly bundle any of these popular applications for free with a Treo600 purchase instead of the 32MB SD card they are offering now.

    What a deal!
  4. #44  
    Since I do a lot of traveling, I find the following helpful:

    1) Vindigo: Great for finding a restaurant or bar, live music, and what's going on at local museums. The mapping feature is great in conjunction with the "search by distance from location" function... especially when looking for places close to the hotel or convention center. It's especially nice to be able to update the information wirelessly when switching cities.

    2) Zagat-To-Go: More in-depth restaurant and bar reviews than Vindigo, the "most trusted" guide. Generally spot-on and has a nice feature which can dial your phone from the review and/or add the location to your calendar when you make a reservation.

    3) American Airlines Timetable: Great free app has nice feature to add your flights directly into the Datebook.

    4) Blazer Link to American Airlines mobile website: When the plane is late getting to the gate and the agents are giving you the runaround, oftentimes you can look up when the incoming flight is supposed to arrive and decide whether you need to start making alternative plans.

    5) Splash ID: Keeps all that important information in one place in encrypted format. Indispensible!

    6) Splash Photo: Keeps everything in perspective on why you are out on the road so much... I have photos of significant other, house, dog, etc.

    7) BJ Counter & BJ Expert: Put all those travel hours to good use by brushing up on your card-counting skills. Very handy to have when you have an upcoming trip to Las Vegas! This one definitely pays for itself in one trip...

    Since all work and no play makes for a dull boy, I also like:

    8) Intelligolf: Keeps track of scoring for the entire foursome, and gives hole-by-hole evaluation on how the bets are working out. Scores not only the individual Nassau matches but also all the "junk" like greenies, birdies, sandies, bingo-bango-bongo and more... You can also keep hole-by-hole notes on where the trouble is and how to play each hole for reference next time you are out on that particular course. Transfers everything to your PC for archiving and game analysis.

    9) Tide Tool: It's no fun grounding your boat! Works off the Treo's clock and has nice graphical display of rising/falling tides. Also good for fishing since it has sunrise/sunset information, and phases of the moon.
    When in danger or in doubt ---
    Run in circles, scream and shout!
  5. #45  
    Originally posted by ozonerider
    7) BJ Counter & BJ Expert: Put all those travel hours to good use by brushing up on your... skills. Very handy to have when you have an upcoming trip to Las Vegas! This one definitely pays for itself in one trip...




    I assume the BJ Counter is for you and the BJ Expert is a training manual for your significant other? Makes a great stocking stuffer!





    (This will probably go over your head.)
  6. #46  
    It's blackjack software.. http://www.deepnettech.com/blackjack.html, not err, what you were thinking.
    -Michael Ducker
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  7. #47  
    Originally posted by miradu
    It's blackjack software.. http://www.deepnettech.com/blackjack.html, not err, what you were thinking.



    Blackjack software? Suuure it is. From deepnettech. These programs are sure to be among the most important Palm apps ever created! They should be part of the ROM.
  8. #48  
    Originally posted by The Zen of Palm





    Blackjack software? Suuure it is. From deepnettech. These programs are sure to be among the most important Palm apps ever created! They should be part of the ROM.
    Ok enough fun and games, please remember this is a family friendly website, dont take this thing any further..
    Thanks in advance..
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  9.    #49  
    An unfortunate choice of signature taglines for that edict....
    Highly Mobile iPhone User

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  10. #50  
    Originally posted by JoeTampa
    An unfortunate choice of signature taglines for that edict....
    ROFL... think ya got him there
  11. #51  
    Does anyone know of an app that allows you to bold and underscore outside of Word To Go or any of those expensive premium apps?

    Thanks
    Last edited by GeekyMom; 11/21/2003 at 01:42 AM.
    "Everyday is a Gift, A Blessing, An Opportunity!" - GM

    Phone history: Treo 600, Treo 650, Treo Centro, Pixi, Centro again, 800w, Treo 755p, Palm Pre
  12. #52  
    Originally posted by JoeTampa
    An unfortunate choice of signature taglines for that edict....

    Good one!
  13. #53  
    Originally posted by thegasguru
    Boy I sure do love Pocket TV Browser, btw.
    Whaat?
  14. #54  
    Originally posted by Kooldino


    Whaat?
    http://www.doublebit.com/ptvb/
  15. #55  
    Originally posted by thegasguru


    http://www.doublebit.com/ptvb/
    Best app out there, bar none. Can't live without it.
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    #56  
    Originally posted by opensoar
    wholeheartedly agree with the TGSSH comment - i can ssh into my company server, then ssh from there into the box on my desk - works like a charm and am definitely going to contribute something towards the authors' party fund.

    still no luck with streaming via pocket tunes. i have the latest beta and any stream i chose looks like it does the right thing but then ptunes can't open it and keeps retrying every 10 seconds..

    is there something i'm missing ? this'd be really useful.
    I've never had any problem streaming stuff from Shoutcast.
  17. #57  
    As an experienced BJ player, I haven't found a program that actually has the correct settings... my recollection was the BJ Expert was wrong, too. Anyone found one that is actually correct?
  18. #58  
    Originally posted by JoeTampa
    An unfortunate choice of signature taglines for that edict....
    You cheecky bugger!
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  19. #59  
    Aside from the built-in apps of course...

    1- Hand/RSS - I use this more than any of the internet apps on my Treo. Very, very solid RSS feed reader. Allows me to catch up to news on my 30 favorite websites in headline formats whenever I have a chance.

    2- 1 Button Pro / Plus: This beats the hell out of CoLauncher in the real world where you might not remember whether Blazer is "B" for blazer or "w" for WWW. 1 Button Pro pops up up to 9 icons for apps for any hard button assigned. Press the button once, the apps appear on your screen. Each successive button press cycles to the next icon. Let the customizable timeout expire with your preferred application highlited and off you go. Single-hand, single-button launching. You gotta try it.

    3- Directory Assist: this little app has saved my skin a few times when I've been lost on the highway while on trips by alowing me to get driving directions in 1/10 fraction of the time it takes me to do it through Blazer.

    4- Chatter: just insanely cool to use iCQ and MSN with friends and family while away from computer, anywhere. Superb program.

    5- PalmVNC: Remote control and monitoring of any of my desktops from my Palm... I've had people accuse me of rigging a trick when they saw this thing the first time. One of them went out and got a Treo600 the next day. Priceless.

    6- Showtimes: still my favorite way to get movie listings. Way faster than browsing the web for it. Simply schedule the conduit to run every couple of days and voila, actualized listings for dozens of theaters in several zip codes for several days out, instantaenously available.

    7- DES Journal: free journal program. Creates daily journals in your calendar but makes it easy by classifying them by date at a glance and also creating timestamps. Invaluable for note taking on the fly.

    8- KeyCaps600: just makes it so much easier to type on my Treo keyboard.

    9- Pawcalc: best expression-based calculator I've found. Needs stylus but allows one to do pretty complex real world calculations and conversions very quickly - think ((3*4)+(9/2))*0.4 = x and then automatically convert that from, say, feet to inches in a single operation. Also try MemoCalc which is very similar and has a few improvements. Finally in the calculator department, Snapcalc which can pop pup an easy to use calculator on top of anyrunning program.

    10- Multiclock: my alarm clock of choice. Three independent alarms with several settings (days of the week, one-shots, different alarms and duractions for each, custom messages, etc.) plus timezones and a good-looking, big clock display.

    11- Toast Timer: for an unlimited number of chonographs and countdowns with custom settings for each. I use this to measure my parking time to avoid parking tickets in the city, while at the same time keeping track of several other timings.

    12- Sandman: to turn off my Treo screen while on long calls. Mapped it to option-phone and works beatifully. Thanks to Marc Blank for that as well.

    13- CardBackup: hassle-free backup of your Treo to SD. It saves a complete image of your phone to the SD card. You could drop your Treo in the ocean, get a new one and backup from CardBackup and get your phone back like nothing ever happened. Can even schedule automatic backups and restore selectively. Also great to try out new apps without fear of messing up your current system.

    14- PDAnet: for emergency net access while on the road (don't abuse it tho!)

    15- Launcher X: I think this is the best general launcher out there right now, especially for its flexibility in organizing apps and well thought out design.

    16- Handy Shopper: I don't think you can find a better list-keeping program than this one, and it's free. Very complete.

    And finally, games:

    1- Monsta: I think this is the best Palm game ever. It's turn based, allows you to save and load at any time, is meant to be played with one hand, graphics are great, it's very challenging and simply a hell of a lot of fun. You can play it for 2 minutes or 2 hours. VERY highly recommended.

    2- Rally 1000: Card game from my childhood, very entertaining and challenging when you "get it". A blast to play for any period of time. Requires Stylus though.

    3- Text Twist: I can play this one for hours on end as well. Very challenging yet simple text puzzle games. You get a jumble of letters on you need to find as many words as possible with those letters for maximum points, and you can only advance levels if you find the one that uses all the letters, against the clock. Amazingly addictive.

    4- Bejeweled: classic fun. We all know this one Im sure.

    5- X-row: the thinking man's Tic Tac Toe. Seems simple at first but to consistently beat the computer takes a LOT of concetration and logic. If you develop a system to beat it, simply turn up the difficulty in different ways.

    6- Piloth: Great two-player game for when I am waiting for the previews to start at the movies with my wife. Simply Othello.

    That's it, enough typing
  20. #60  
    Thanks, NSiNSiNSi and everyone else. Everytime there are threads like this, I try out many suggested programs.
    Palm V-->Visor Deluxe-->Visor Prism-->Visorphone-->Treo 180-->Treo 600-->Treo 650 on Sprint-->Treo 700p-->Centro-->Diamond-->Pre-->HTC EVO 4g???!
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