04/15/2010, 02:23 PM
1. Date picker that shows the calendar month for selecting a future event.
2. More robust options for custom recurring events like the old Palm OS had.
3. Ability to purge emails.
4. Colored events in the month view of the calendar would be a nice touch.
5. Ability to share a web address via SMS.
6. Most importantly, a small, simple interface to add notes (i.e. memos) from a computer using a full-sized keyboard. Anyone who had a Palm in the past knows this was one of the most utilized and beloved features. I have hundreds of memos, but none of the current options are slick enough. I have no desire to go back to Palm Desktop, at this point. Why not a small executable from Palm on my PC that can interface with and edit my notes (and tasks)?! The current Notes application is the only one I never use. The old Memos application was the primary reason I felt loyal to my old Palm devices (V; Vx; Tungstens 1,2,&3; Treo 700p). You could cut and paste articles or lectures, clip from webpages, digitize your recipes, keep medical records, journal, turn a menangerie cluttered stickies into organized categories. It was simple and lightning fast without formatting hassles. Now analysts are talking about the loss of brand loyalty with cloud-based computing. I agree. This one old application made people attached to a treasure trove of easy to edit portable notes that never stopped growing. It's too bad it has been overlooked. I like my Pre, but I don't have that same feeling of allegiance.