CalliGrapher 8.3 for Windows Mobile
Probably one of the most popular programs (that is not a game) for the Windows Mobile platform, CalliGrapher – a handwriting recognition program – has been updated.
The primary update is the introduction of a feature called Pen Commands, which enables one to dial phone numbers, send SMS messages and email, and capture video or still images with a built-in camera.
With CalliGrapher 8.3, consumers using a phone-enabled Pocket PC can call a phone number listed in any editing application by using the Dial command, making it easier to place the call. The new software also provides users with more usable screen space by allowing them to hide the Write Pad toolbar, reducing the screen space used by Write Pad by 25 percent.
CalliGrapher is available for $39.95 from Phatware’s web site.
Smart Remote Released by Rock Your Mobile
As more and more mobile devices have the computing power of desktops from just a few years ago, it only makes sense to have these devices also be able to be as easy to manage by users sitting at their desks.
Smart Remote by Rock Your Mobile allows this by emulating all the internal functions of Windows Mobile-based Smartphones so that the user can work with a mobile device using a big keyboard and screen of his PC.
With Smart Remote, one can write emails and SMSes, search for contacts, and make screenshots and videos of their smartphone’s screen and features.
Visit the Smart Remote website for more information and download links.
New Version of Atomic Cannon Released for Windows Mobile
Isotope 244 has released an update to its popular tank duel game called Atomic Cannon. One of the more interesting bits about this game is the fact that it is available on Windows Mobile, Windows Mobile Smartphone, Windows, and Mac OS platforms.
BlackBerry Connect for Treo 650 Now Available on StarHub’s Network in Singapore
Another release of RIM’s BlackBerry Connect for the Treo 650 has been offered. This release is in Singapore by StarHub.
BlackBerry Connect supports “push” email from corporate servers, wireless calendar syncing, attachment viewing, remote address lookup, and centralized device management.
More information about BlackBerry Connect and Treo smartphones can be found at Palm’s web site.