iambic has released Agendus for Palm OS v10, a new version of its personal information manager for handhelds and smartphones.
To simplify ease-of-use, this application now includes web-style hyperlinks that let users move quickly from a meeting, to a memo, to placing a call or sending an email/SMS.
This is just part of iambic’s goal of making Agendus usable with just one hand.
Other D-pad-friendly features include an icon-clustered toolbar, and the dialogs for setting alarms (now available for memos) and meeting times.
This application has a new feature called Glance@Agenda, which automatically shows an optimized layout for viewing details of a meeting, call, task or contact. Plus, users now can see a whole year on their calendar at-a-glance.
For contact management, Agendus 10 has a new networking feature that allows users to establish relationships between contacts. This feature makes it easy to navigate from one contact to another, which saves time and simplifies the management of a growing address book.
New in the Professional Edition is a trip wizard that makes it easier to group together all trip-related activities to create an itinerary.
In addition, this version of Agendus expands upon the types of information that can be connected to a meeting, memo or To Do, by enabling users to add voice recordings and drawings/sketches.
Also, the Professional Edition is designed to work directly with the Treo built-in camera. And, the new image picker feature makes it easy to crop photos (which is especially useful for getting a headshot from a group photo) to add to a contact.
From the Contact view, Professional Edition users can perform address verification and get driving directions.
They can also download “This Day in History” information.
Pricing and Availability
For information on upgrade options, visit the company’s upgrade web page.