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    Folks-

    Been a Treo 600 owner for over a year now..but am waaaaaay underutilizing and accesorizing it. I am simply using it as a phone and a PDA and not using a 10th of the other features and capabilities.

    That said it is the holidays and I am looking to treat myself to a few geek gifts and want to know....If you have to pick 3 utilities for the Treo that you think you the best things since sliced bread....could you list them and why.

    Thanks

    Skigs
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    I think there about a dozen threads on here announcing everyone's must-have/favorite apps.

    Personally, I can't live without Butler, Initiate, LightWav, TreoGuard, BackupMan, ClockPop5, McPhling, SplashPhoto and SplashID, SnapperMail and AgendusPro.
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    I'll give you a few morep
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    Sorry last message didn't go through - here's a few:
    SnapperMail
    Docs To Go
    pTunes
    Audible
    PowerRun
    KeyCaps
    Zlauncher
    Jot
    SplashPhoto
    BackupBuddy
    AvantGo
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    Forgot:
    PalmReader
    MegaClock
    PopClock5
    mLight
    eWallet
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    sorry - meant ClockPop5
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    Alli:
    Since T600 has no silkscreen area, how do you use McPhling?
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    Here's a few more:
    Directory Assistant
    TreoOffOn
    SoundOff
    TreoAlertMgr
    FileZ
    BugMe
    FlightStatus
    HolidayUSA
    INoah
    IPedia
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    McPhling has the option of launching on key presses as well as swipes. I have mine set to go back by press/holding the left arrow, and show frequently used and favorites by press/holding the right arrow. I definitely can't live without McPhling!


    Quote Originally Posted by amell
    Alli:
    Since T600 has no silkscreen area, how do you use McPhling?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alli
    McPhling has the option of launching on key presses as well as swipes. I have mine set to go back by press/holding the left arrow, and show frequently used and favorites by press/holding the right arrow. I definitely can't live without McPhling!
    i have assigned it to the menu button (applications ia one of the options).

    btw, mcphling just released a new version.


    btw, does mcphling work with the 650?
    Felipe
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    Yup - already got the newest installed. I like putting the popup in the middle of my screen!


    Quote Originally Posted by Felipe
    i have assigned it to the menu button (applications ia one of the options).

    btw, mcphling just released a new version.


    btw, does mcphling work with the 650?

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