Agendus 7.0 Now Available for Palm OS

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iambic Software has released Agendus 7.0 for Palm OS handhelds, the latest version of its scheduling and contact management tool for the Palm OS.

Since their inception, one of the primary uses for handhelds has been as scheduling and contact management tools. Because the Address Book and Date Book that are included with Palm OS devices are fairly simple, many replacements have been developed over the years. One of the most popular of these is Agendus.

New features in Agendus 7.0 include an expanded month view, support for multiple icon databases, redesigned view preferences, and integration with Mapopolis to create driving directions from contact list entries. Full 320-by-480 pixel support for the Tungsten T3, Sony Clie UX series, and Tapwave Zodiac is also included, as well as D-pad navigation on the Tungsten and Treo series devices.

The Standard version is available at the introductory price of $24.95, normally $29.95, and the Professional edition is $39.95. The upgrade is free for those who purchased Agendus for Palm OS version 6 October 25, 2003 or later. Current customers can upgrade for as little as $9.95.

Agendus for Palm OS also has a Windows Desktop application available as a separate purchase or as part of a bundle; version 2.03 of Agendus for Windows was recently released.

For more information, a free 15-day trial download, or for online purchase, visit the iambic web site.



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