Spb Software House is now offering Pocket Plus 2.0, an application that addresses the shortcomings of the Windows Mobile operating system through enhancements to the existing system.
Like its predecessors, Pocket Plus 2.0 allows applications to actually be closed by tapping the Close button in the upper right corner of the screen, instead of just minimized. This button can also launch a list of running applications.
The new version includes a completely redesigned Today screen plug-in. Shortcuts to applications, folders, and files can have large or small icons, which can be re-arranged on the Today screen via drag and drop. Icons can be organized into different groups using the new tabs feature.
Pocket Plus 2.0 offers extended themes, which include the normal background wallpaper and color changes, but they also include new icons for the Today screen that match the theme.
The File Explorer has also been improved in several ways. Users are now able to quickly compress files, resulting in significant savings if the users carry large documents with them.
A Folder Up button has been added to the File Explorer to assist in rapidly moving up through a folder structure.
A tap-and-hold Properties option allows users to see the full file name, file extension, location path, and file attributes (Read-Only, Hidden, Archive, System, or ROM File). Additionally, users can tap and hold on a folder to get the total size, and quickly format Storage cards.
Earlier versions of Pocket Plus added multiple windows and full-screen browsing to Pocket Internet Explorer. The new version allows pictures to be saved by tapping and holding on any image. Source code for the Web page can be viewed, and HTML pages can be saved for offline use.
This application also includes an always-visible battery level indicator in the top taskbar.
Spb Pocket Plus 2.0 is available now for $14.95 from the Spb Software House web site.
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