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  1.    #1  
    I'm curious what uses you have found for your Treo.

    Do you track daily expenses with it via Pocket Quicken?

    Manage todo lists and meetings and appts?

    Just curious in what ways you've found it had to live
    without this device and what "apps" you have installed
    on yours.


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  2. #2  
    I use it for music (MP3, AAC, and streaming), video (rip DVDs and watch em in my handheld), e-mail, web, calender/tasks, and messaging.

    Software; pTunes, Kinoma, Aeroplayer, Causiere, Khroma, versamail,....


    oh yeah.. I use it as a phone too..
  3. #3  
    Well I'm a student, so I have found that, with the help of Due Yesterday, my Treo greatly aids in keeping track of my homework. I also use it as a primary (yes, primary) camera, and I check my email with it. It is also a great tool for when you are bored.

    Rock
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    I use it for pretty much everything that i would usually do with my laptop such as web,email,movies and mp3s. I use the camera here and there but not often. Like Rock said it is a great tool when bored...
    The only time I ever made a mistake was when i thought I did and was mistaken.
  5. #5  
    Voice recognition Dialing from either
    address book or number dialing.

    Word Processing. Compatible with MS Word.
    View Adobe Acrobat files (after conversion)

    Calendar management
    Task management
    Address book (integrated with phone)

    Database programming. (compatible with MS Access)

    Finance programs. Loans, Leases, Mortgage.

    Games

    Networking: via Sprint or BlueTooth

    Internet: Web browsing (java, secure, bookmarks, downloads)
    Email to any pop mail service (full email client)
    Directory Assistance fully integrated to phone
    SMS messaging
    AOL (full client)
    Stream music via Internet

    BlueTooth: Wireless Headset for phone
    Wireless HotSync
    Dial-up networking. (use Treo 650 as a wireless modem)
    Install programs via Bluetooth

    MultiMedia: Full Imaging management – photos/videos
    JPEG, GIF, BMP
    Video Record
    Video Playback
    MPEG4, occ, MPEG1
    Audio Playback
    MP3
    Audiobooks (subscription)
    Download full and current Ebooks. Currently listening
    to “The Culture of Fear” by Barry Glassner
    Ebooks: Just read "Disney War"

    Utilities: File management
    Print to IR
    Print to Fax
    Font management
    HotSync – backup to computer
    Keyboard lighting util

    Satellite Tracking program
    Calculators
    Different types of clocks
    Medical reference (Physicians Desk Reference), 1st aid helpers
    TV Remote control via Infra-Red
    Keeping track of Phone usage
    Diet helpes
    language translators (spanish to english and visa versa)
    Keeping track of car maintenance
    Paint programs. Yes, draw your childhood art!
    Astronomy programs. (keeps track of where moon/sun/stars/planets are etc)




    hmmmmm......thats enough for now.
    Rees
  6. #6  
    Quote Originally Posted by ReesR
    Voice recognition Dialing from either
    address book or number dialing.

    Word Processing. Compatible with MS Word.
    View Adobe Acrobat files (after conversion)

    Calendar management
    Task management
    Address book (integrated with phone)

    Database programming. (compatible with MS Access)

    Finance programs. Loans, Leases, Mortgage.

    Games

    Networking: via Sprint or BlueTooth

    Internet: Web browsing (java, secure, bookmarks, downloads)
    Email to any pop mail service (full email client)
    Directory Assistance fully integrated to phone
    SMS messaging
    AOL (full client)
    Stream music via Internet

    BlueTooth: Wireless Headset for phone
    Wireless HotSync
    Dial-up networking. (use Treo 650 as a wireless modem)
    Install programs via Bluetooth

    MultiMedia: Full Imaging management – photos/videos
    JPEG, GIF, BMP
    Video Record
    Video Playback
    MPEG4, occ, MPEG1
    Audio Playback
    MP3
    Audiobooks (subscription)
    Download full and current Ebooks. Currently listening
    to “The Culture of Fear” by Barry Glassner
    Ebooks: Just read "Disney War"

    Utilities: File management
    Print to IR
    Print to Fax
    Font management
    HotSync – backup to computer
    Keyboard lighting util

    Satellite Tracking program
    Calculators
    Different types of clocks
    Medical reference (Physicians Desk Reference), 1st aid helpers
    TV Remote control via Infra-Red
    Keeping track of Phone usage
    Diet helpes
    language translators (spanish to english and visa versa)
    Keeping track of car maintenance
    Paint programs. Yes, draw your childhood art!
    Astronomy programs. (keeps track of where moon/sun/stars/planets are etc)




    hmmmmm......thats enough for now.
    That's a pretty good list there..
    The only time I ever made a mistake was when i thought I did and was mistaken.
  7. #7  
    I use Chatter, Blazer, SMS, and the 'forward all calls' feature of my desk phone to pretend I'm still in the office.

    Seriously though, I'm out of the office a lot .. and this phone makes it so easy to work while on the go. Tons of information at hand, and what I can't look up locally, I can surf for. Email arrives before it even arrives at my desktop. Even when I actually in the office, Chatter beeps sooner than my desktop does .. and I use it to let me know I have new email even when sitting at my desk. SMS keeps me current with my SMS enabled coworkers and friends with the convience of AIM built into almost every modern phone out there. And, of course, all that exciting scheduling stuff you take for granted when carrying a PDA.

    And yet there's room for a couple of specialized calculators, a comprehesive unit converter, gas purchase/MPG tracking, and the help that Directory Assist provides. "Where's the nearest <place> to here?" is a question that gets asked suprisingly often.

    And, finally, when I'm waiting .. wherever, I can read news, surf Treo Central, play Bejewled, or any other host of things that comes under the category of time-wasting.
  8. #8  
    yet simplicity is good enough..for me anyway...

    track my appointments, manage my contacts, mobile messaging and phone, fun spontaneous picture and video taking, listen to .mp3 when i'm bored, and view 'Word' or 'Excel' documents "on the go".....
  9. #9  
    The main things I do with mine on a daily basis are:
    • Chatter w/ IMAP keeps everything in sync;
    • Calendar for business, personal, birthdays, todos, bill payment reminders (DateBk5);
    • Financial transactions (SplashMoney);
    • Passwords, secured information (SplashID);
    • Phone call and contact management;
    • eBooks;
    • Web;
    • Alarm clock (Butler);
    • Information lookup (Directory Assistant);
    • Internet radio (pTunes);
    • TV Guide (TV Browser);


    Additionally I use/do the following regularly QuickNews, SplashBlog, movies, pictures (AcidImage)
  10. #10  
    Bluetooth Dial-Up Networking for my PPC and Laptop.
    -->BtDUN pre- and post- SprintPCS update 1.12 paired to PC and PPC.
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  11. #11  
    I use mine to make my friends with sidekicks jealous and to watch porn movies.
  12. #12  
    my latest favorites are:
    splashblog - awesome while traveling!
    GPS - mapopopolis is great and it's fun while traveling in unfamiliar places
    web/email/chat
    music, movies and concert videos
    internet radio
  13. #13  
    keeping a journal mainly. thats what i probably use it the most for, beats carrying around a notepad and pencil around and its always with me!!!
  14. #14  
    I think the better questions is: What Don't You Do With Your Treo? & Flash!, good work....!
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  15. #15  
    Date book, lots of text messaging/e-mail, lots of web, texas hold 'em , pic/video e-mail for business, mp3s..
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