StyleTap Opens Symbian Beta Test Program
The Palm OS emulator StyleTap is being readied for use on the Symbian operating system.
This is a program popular for those who have moved from Palm OS devices to Windows Mobile, and is now in the testing phase for those who have made a move from Palm OS devices to Symbian S60 and UIQ smartphones.
Users interested in being a part of StyleTap’s Symbian Beta Test Program should follow the instructions in this post on the StyleTap blog.
StyleTap enables the use of Palm OS programs as if one were on a Palm OS device. Many programs are compatible with the emulator. Windows Mobile users can download a trial or purchase ($49.95) from the StyleTap website.
TripIt Brings Travel Itineraries to Mobile Phones
TripIt has taken its successful travel itinerary application and made it usable for connected mobile devices. By using an interface that is tailored for mobile web browsers, TripIt allows users to access travel plans, look-up a flight number, check a hotel address, or view a local map and driving directions.
Travelers just forward their confirmation emails to email@example.com. The service processes these, and automatically creates a master itinerary with travel plans, daily weather, local maps, restaurant reservations, city guides, and more.
FileFind 3.0 for Palm OS Released
FileFind for Palm OS has been updated to version 3.0, and now features the ability to perform data searches. Where the previous version could just find files, FileFind 3.0 is able to search for data within files, making it easier than ever to find data stored on Palm OS devices and their large capacity memory cards.
For more information, download a 14 day trial version of FileFind 3.0 from the FileFind website. For a limited time, the full version can be purchased for $7.99 from the MobiHand store ($9.99 regular price).
Vito AudioNotes Reborn as Audio Notes Touch
AudioNotes from Vito Technologies has been renamed Audio Notes Touch, and several new features have been added to make it a more suitable choice for creating voice notes on Windows Mobile devices.
As its new name suggests, the user-interface for Audio Touch Notes is touch-oriented, to allow users to perform all necessary actions only with fingers.
Other features of the revamped application include:
- record notes as MP3 files (low, middle, and high quality) with ID3 tags
- auto-record phone calls, where the hardware permits
- enhancements to microphone sensitivity
- speakerphone auto on/off
- VAS (voice activation system)
- and more.
Audio Notes Touch is available as a trial ($19.95) from the Vito Technologies website.