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  1. #81  
    Great...Thanks for the Tip!!!

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  2. #82  
    my best apps other than the basics...

    MegaClock -- Tired them all, this works with T6 locked and lots of addon's

    Treobuttler -- LED off and volume scroll feature!

    McPhling - assinged to my ddkey I can go to previous app anytime

    Wassup - A Great Launcher and actually works with the T6
    Sorry about the typing errors; I'm all thumbs.
  3. #83  
    Apart from built-in ones (SMS, Blazer, Phone etc...)

    3rd party apps

    1) Verichat
    2) Beyond Contacts
    3) iSilo
    4) London A-Z streets in full colour from www.visualit.co.uk
    5) Avantgo / Vindigo
    6) PalmPuke
    7) Pocket Tunes
    8) Kinoma
    9) Look At Me
    10) Multibook
    11) Quicksheet

    Edit: Add any mp3 ringtone app!
    Last edited by Cyril; 02/01/2004 at 06:03 AM.
  4. #84  
    Anyone Using The Franklin Covey Software on their Treo 600?

    I am interested in it but would like to know what others think of it.


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  5. #85  
    1.WebPro 3 (Nice and Fast)
    2.TuSSH (Very handy SSH Client)
    3.Mergic VPN (Good for remote syncs on linux)
    4.Palm VNC (Just in case)
    5.HanDBase Enterprise Ed. (Must I say anything?)
    6.Quick: Chart,Word,Point,Sheet (LOL the office utilities are better than Mandrake 9.2)
    7.WorldMate Pro (Travel a lot)
    8.ZLauncher (Much better than default)
    9.BackupMan (Emergencies when I'm on the road and the laptop is all the way in the back with the power inverter)
    10.Audible Player (I hate reading)
    11.PDAnet (For the dreaded times I HAVE to use Windows)
    12.WirelessModem (When I use Linux)
    13.Mobile TS (Every once in awhile)
    Treo 300, Treo 600 - Sprint

    I dream in code and TCP/IP sequence numbers.
  6. #86  
    [QUOTE]Originally posted by wmf
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    Originally posted by The Chupacabra
    Top 20 apps for Treo 600 users:


    ToDo PLUS
    YAUC


    If only Handshigh Software would get busy and support the 5 way nav...
    I was looking at this app, could you tell me wha it adds that we don't already have on ToDo? I am using SLAP (Grrrrreat app!!) I also go his other app MEMOplus love that also but ToDoplus
    I don't know....
    Sorry about the typing errors; I'm all thumbs.
  7. #87  
    ToDo+ offers alarms for tasks (the crucial goodie for me), ability to add drawings to a task, multiple views, sorting and an improved (my opinion) navigation scheme. Complete integration with the standard ToDo conduit.
  8. #88  
    I notice a lot of people use TopGun SSH and almost no one using MochaTelnet (which supports SSHv2 in the new version, and SSHv1 in the old one).

    I suppose I should try TuSSH before pontificating about MochaTelnet.
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    #89  
    Here's my list:

    1. Agendus
    2. TAKEphONE
    3. Treo600SMS
    4. Snapper Premier
    5. SplashWallet 4.09
    6. WorldMate Pro 2004 (love getting instant weather updates, the currency wireless update is cool too, but never use it.)
    7. Pocket Lingo Finance
    8. Palm Reader Pro (lots of reference on the card)
    9. McFile (the best file manager)
    10. QuickOffice Premier (waitin to see what the Q.O. Conference is about)
    11. powerOne Finance (sync's with the desktop version, one of my most used apps)
    12. ShadowPlan
    13. pocketTunes
    14. Filez
    15. Radio Control
    16. Handmark Checklist
    17. ASCII Chart (I don't why, never really use it)
    18. BackupMan
    19. BBVFS (yeah, I use 2 backups, can't make up my mind, sometimes I throw CardBackup and do one with that, too)
    20. ScreenShot for OS5 (great for documenting your settings/prefs in case of a hard reset)
    21. TealLock
    22. StayOff
    23. FontBucket
    24. KeepOff (like better than stayoff, thus far)
    25. KeyCaps600
    26. Profiles
    27. LauncherX
    28. Web Pro 3 (when is palm gonna get some T600 nav support, this is a palmone device now)
    29. HanDBase Pro (thinking of swapping this out for MobileDB, I like all their DB's, they make great reference)
    30. BackupBuddy for Windows
  10. #90  
    Originally posted by dbrashear
    I notice a lot of people use TopGun SSH and almost no one using MochaTelnet (which supports SSHv2 in the new version, and SSHv1 in the old one).

    I suppose I should try TuSSH before pontificating about MochaTelnet.
    Pontificate away! MochaTelnet offers a more comprehensive set of features if you are really serious about needing access to remote *nix boxes. Spoofs an 80 character screen, macros, screen keyboard to get those specialized characters out there (try to do a pipe "|" on TopGun) and function key support.

    TuSSH is "prettier" but not as useful.

    You do need to go back a version on Mocha for the low res screen on the Treo600
  11. #91  
    I am a HUGE BlackBerry user (currently a BlackBerry 7230 which is color) and love the push email and calendar. It is realtime email and calendar anywhere in the world (gsm/gprs of course - I don't get why people still buy into tdma, cdma and other useless non-gsm technologies).

    Extended Systems OneBridge (used to be called XTND Connect) now offers push email for Palm OS and other PDA's.
    This is now, in my opinion, the killer app on a PDA. I use it on my Treo 600 (been tetsting it for possible future use at my company) and think that it is the closest thing to a BlackBerry.

    It is TRUE push technology now, not just a timed poll for email like it used to be. The OneBridge server keeps track of your Treo and knows its IP address on the gprs network all the time so that it can push out changes. It also now doesn't turn on the backlight at every oportunity which helps to save the battery.

    Of course they still don't have it down yet.

    My color BlackBerry lasts on a single charge for 9 days (no lie - RIM's color screen is awesome!) while my Treo 600 last 2 days and then the OneBridge client stops getting email (to save the battery) at 20%.

    The BlackBerry has cool typing shortcuts (like holding a key to get it to switch to caps or typing 2 spaces to get a period, etc.) while the Treo does not.

    The BlackBerry keyboard is perfect for typing (curved and well sized and well spaced keys) while the Treo 600 keyboard is quite annoying to type on (my personal opinion - others I know like the Treo 600 keyboard).

    But still, I'd recommend OneBridge to anyone who wants almost BlackBerry-like functionality.


    Craig.
    Last edited by ibanyan; 02/01/2004 at 04:33 PM.
  12. #92  
    "The BlackBerry has cool typing shortcuts (like holding a key to get it to switch to caps or typing 2 spaces to get a period, etc.) while the Treo does not."

    KeyCaps600 will give you this and more.
  13. #93  
    Originally posted by ibanyan
    anywhere in the world (gsm/gprs of course - I don't get why people still buy into tdma, cdma and other useless non-gsm technologies).

    Thats right why would anyone want to go to any of these places with cdma?
    Angola
    Argentina
    Australia
    Bangladesh
    Brazil
    Burma
    Cambodia
    Canada
    Chile
    China
    Congo Dem
    Dominican Republic
    El Salvador
    French West Indies
    Guam
    Guatemala
    Haiti
    Honduras
    Hongkong
    Indonesia
    Israel
    Jamaica
    Kazakhstan
    Malaysia
    Mexico
    New Zealand
    Peru
    Philippines
    Puerto Rico
    Romania
    Russia
    South Korea
    Taiwan
    Thailand
    Ukraine
    Uruguay
    Usa
    Uzbekistan
    Venezuela
    Vietnam
    Zambia
    Vietnam
    Jamaica
    Japan

    And in fact, good luck getting your GSM phone to work in South Korea. It sure is nice when the entire world consists of Europe.

    See here for more details:
    http://www.cellular-news.com/coverage/all_networks.php
  14. #94  
    The fact remains that over 75% of the planet uses GSM. In the USA, big telcos like AT&T are throwing away their old network and converting it to GSM/GPRS/EDGE.

    Your list of countries with CDMA isn't really impressive because most of those same countries also have carriers who are GSM/GPRS.

    The USA does use all cell phone technologies besides iMode but GSM is becoming really popular with the realization that 75% of the planet can't be wrong. In fact, GPRS is going to be the backbone to the future of wireless.

    I really don't see a future for CDMA, not to mention tdma or iDEN. iMode on the other hand is impressive, but not used outside of Japan and parts of Hawaii (if memory serves). I'm looking forward to EDGE and eventually UMTS.

    RIM (the people who make the BlackBerry) are also concentrating on GPRS BlackBerry's. The iDEN and CDMA 2000 versions aren't really popular.
  15. #95  
    GSM dominates for now, and will be around for at least 10 years, but in 5 years, I predict CDMA2K will dominant the market in the 1st world countries...GSM and CDMAOne will be around for while too

    P.S. add Haiti to the list with CDMAOne
  16. #96  
    Originally posted by ibanyan
    The fact remains that over 75% of the planet uses GSM. In the USA, big telcos like AT&T are throwing away their old network and converting it to GSM/GPRS/EDGE.

    Your list of countries with CDMA isn't really impressive because most of those same countries also have carriers who are GSM/GPRS.

    The USA does use all cell phone technologies besides iMode but GSM is becoming really popular with the realization that 75% of the planet can't be wrong. In fact, GPRS is going to be the backbone to the future of wireless.

    I really don't see a future for CDMA, not to mention tdma or iDEN. iMode on the other hand is impressive, but not used outside of Japan and parts of Hawaii (if memory serves). I'm looking forward to EDGE and eventually UMTS.

    RIM (the people who make the BlackBerry) are also concentrating on GPRS BlackBerry's. The iDEN and CDMA 2000 versions aren't really popular.
    For now the reason to chose CDMA is speed and reliabilty. cdma is significantly faster then any of the g networks. even when edge is rolled out it will not outperform the current 3g speed of sprint's cdma. as well, reliabilty. i had a g smartphone through att the reliability was lousy.

    if overseas is an issue then a g network is your option. if data speed and reliabilty on USA shores is most desired CDMA through Sprint is a much better choice. Since time and reliability are money, I tossed my g phone for cdma and for good reason.
    Last edited by JTREOB; 02/01/2004 at 10:38 PM.
  17. #97  
    Originally posted by 100thMonkey
    GSM dominates for now, and will be around for at least 10 years, but in 5 years, I predict CDMA2K will dominant the market in the 1st world countries...GSM and CDMAOne will be around for while too

    P.S. add Haiti to the list with CDMAOne
    Any reason you make that claim?

    With GSM gaining international popularity I find it unlikely that the mayority will switch due to a (slightly?) beter data network.
    Most people care about voice only...


    p.s. I deleted your double post for you..
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  18. #98  
    thanks for the delete, the reason I say that CDMA2k will dominate is that WCDMA is having a real hard time catching on and CDMA2k and TD-SCDMA are the other 3g flavors. THe world is moving toward 3G services and WCDMA (which is the conventional 3g upgrade path) is just floundering. I think that GSM is, and will always be, the dominant 2g technology. However, 3g is here and is developing quickly. but only CDMA2k is developing well
  19. #99  
    Originally posted by ToolkiT

    Any reason you make that claim?

    With GSM gaining international popularity I find it unlikely that the mayority will switch due to a (slightly?) beter data network.
    Most people care about voice only...


    p.s. I deleted your double post for you..
    The importance of data over devices has and will become a greater issue.

    Let's set the record straight on the G networks in the most used parts of the world. For many of the European countries G was the only choice in the early years .CDMA is not in Eurpoe due in large part to it not being available when networks were first being built. The lack of CDMA in other parts of the world has nothing to do with any G networks being superior to CDMA. As a matter of fact, China has and will be investing heavily in CDMA technology in the coming years.
  20. #100  
    I think that the BlackBerry is the reason for the boom in GPRS and so as more and more people look for always-on devices (like the BlackBerry), data will become more important.

    I also agree that CDMA 2000 is really not that much better than GPRS or EDGE.

    I tend to think that since over 75% of the world uses GSM/GPRS today, that they will be looking to a path that upgrades their current networks to whatever the GSM group offers as the 3G solution. A solution that offers backward compatability rather than a rip-and-replace soltution.

    GSM/GPRS/EDGE will probably evolve to UMTS (just my guess).

    CDMA, TDMA, iDEN and iMode will shrink.
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