Mobile Tech News — More Arvale Quests, Astraware Gift Certificates, and More

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Arvale: Short TalesPDAmill Introduces Arvale: Short Tales

PDAmill has released a new addition to its Arvale line of role playing games. Arvale: Short Tales offers four separate stories to choose from, each with its own quest. These offer open-ended gameplay, many different monsters to fight, and numerous side-quests to unlock a special Fifth Character for even more adventure.

Arvale: Short Tales is available for Pocket PCs for $19.95 at http://www.pdamill.com

 

Astraware Gift Certificates Available

Astraware makes a wide variety of games for Palm OS and Pocket PC, so those who have a mobile game player on their gift list should consider an Astraware Gift Certificate.

To purchase an Astraware Gift Certificate, all that’s necessary is the recipient’s name and email address. The company offers a choice of gifting options: either buy and print the Gift Certificate so it can be handed to the person directly; or buy the Certificate and send it via email – ideal for those last minute gifts or long distance friends and relations.

Astraware Gift Certificates are available in a range of values from $15 up to $100. Club Astraware members can also earn points for themselves for purchasing gift certificates.

For more information, visit the Astraware web site at http://www.astraware.com/giftcertificate/.

 

YourCall for Palm Treo Updated

With the rising interest in smartphones, there is an increasing need of applications that bridge the gap between the end of a phone call and the personal information applications (PIM) of these phones. Your Call is a relatively new application for Palm OS Treos, but has a niche in that it has been able to be that bridge that many people need to manage after-call tasks. The latest update adds new features and settings to make after-call tasks even easier.

Once a user hangs up, YourCall will prompt them to take different steps such as scheduling meetings, tasks, memos, send SMSs, emails, or call back with a touch of a button. New options include: having the capability to choose which program to use for follow-up actions, build a set of number exceptions using the number patterns capability, or easily access YourCall using the Treo’s menu or volume confirm button.

Download a trial or purchase by visiting the iambic web site ($9.95).

 

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