Nokia Mail for Exchange Gets New Features
Mail for Exchange has been Nokia's answer for allowing its E-series and some N-series devices to access Microsoft Exchange implementations. In the latest release, version 2.5, compatibility with Exchange 2007 has been added as well as some usability improvements.
Some of the new features of Mail for Exchange v.2.5 include:
Another change in version 2.5 is a breakdown of into three separate downloads depending on the device that is downloading. S60 3.0, 3.1, and now 3.2 (Feature Pack 2) devices are supported by a separate download.
To download Mail for Exchange version 2.5 for S60 devices, visit the Nokia Business Software website.
Spb Backup Significantly Updated
Spb Software House has released Spb Backup 2.0, a tool for making copies of personal data and system settings for Windows Mobile devices. It safeguards from data loss and eliminates the pain of reinstalling applications after a hard reset or a ROM or device upgrade.
This application works for both Pocket PCs and Smartphones and copies the entire device, including contacts, SMS, emails, storage card files, and even preferences and shortcuts. This data can be restored, even if it has to be moved to a new device or ROM.
A free, 5-run trial can be downloaded, or Spb Backup 2.0 may be purchased for $24.95, or upgraded from older versions for just $9.95, at spbsoftwarehouse.com.
Have Undersea Word Fun with Bubble Babble
Astraware has launched Bubble Babble, a new word game for Palm OS and Windows Mobile. This is an undersea bubble-bursting brain teaser, in which players link together letter bubbles to form words.
The game is available now from astraware.com/bubblebabble for $19.95, with a limited time new release discount.
TreoSpot Renamed Centroid, Now Focused on the Centro
Centroid, previous named TreoSpot, has been updated. This is a location-based reminder and phone profile settings application for Palm Centro GSM smartphones.
Compared to its previous iteration, Centriod has been rewritten completely and now only features support for GSM Palm Centro models. The Treo 600, 650, and Treo 680 models are no longer supported. In addition various bug-fixes, enhancements and optimizations including a new feature called Zones round out this iteration of Centroid.
Centroid is donation-ware. For more information and to download, visit the Centroid section at the Treo Twon website.
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