Agenda Fusion allows Pocket PC users to keep track of their schedule, contacts, and tasks. Now Developer One has released an updated version of this personal and business time management solution that adds several new ways of displaying calendar information.
A Pocket PC comes with applications for keeping track of its owner’s calendar, address book, and to-do lists. Agenda Fusion uses the same databases these applications do but gives far more options for arranging and displaying the information.
Agenda Fusion 5.0 adds a new view that displays the day’s schedule by hours that is similar to the one in Microsoft Outlook. (See image at right.) Appointments can be rescheduled by drag and drop and creation of new ones is simplified.
Also new in this version is an hourly view of an entire week and an easier way to navigate through a whole year.
These are added to the already existing calendar views in Agenda Fusion, some of which have been improved in the new version. Altogether, there are now seven different ways of viewing a schedule.
These are just some of the changes in Agenda Fusion 5.0. Developer One has a complete description of all its features.
This application runs under Pocket PC 2000, Pocket PC 2002, and Windows Mobile 2003 for Pocket PC.
Agenda Fusion 5.0 sells for $29.95. It’s a free upgrade to everyone who purchased the previous version on or after February 13. For those who bought it before this date, the upgrade fee is $14.95.