Treobble Contacts Scroller and Dialer Released for Palm OS
The iPhone has influenced developers of every mobile platform to rethink and innovate how they approach common tasks, and Palm OS users are the latest to benefit. Treobble is a contacts scroller and dialer that mimics the iPhones touch-and-flick feature. By swiping across the touchscreen, a user can scroll, select, dial, and SMS contacts.
Treobble is designed to work on Palm OS Treo and Centro models. Treobble is freeware and can be downloaded from Treo Town.
Astraware Prepping Games for UIQ
Astraware is one of the top developers of mobile games for Palm OS and Windows Mobile, and this company has just announced that, in the first quarter of 2008, it will introduces a selection of games for smartphones running the Symbian/UIQ operating system.
The company has been working on adding Symbian to its list of supported platforms for some time and now has several games in the pipeline. Using their expertise in touchscreen and non-touchscreen control methods, Astraware’s games will support both touchscreen UIQ devices like the Sony Ericsson P1i and non-touchscreen handsets such as Motorola’s multimedia phone, the Z8.
Palm Launches Treo 755p on Iusacell Network in Mexico
The Treo 755p is the latest Palm Treo to be introduced on a wireless telecom outside of the U.S. The 755p has been released on the Iusacell Network in Mexico, where its ability to offer EV-DO speeds and run applications such as Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync and Google Maps should enhance customer use and choice.