In September of last year, the first Spb Pocket PC Survey showed that 85 percent of Pocket PC owners use their device for personal information management (PIM).
However, the developers at Spb Software House believe that the standard Pocket PC tools for handling PIM data are underwhelming at best. A standard Pocket PC offers only a minimal Today plug-in for appointments and tasks, and no Today plug-in for contacts at all.
This is why they created Spb Diary, which has three Today plug-ins for calendar, tasks, and contacts.
The program provides deep integration with Pocket Outlook, Agenda Fusion, and Pocket Informant. Even category icons can be inherited by Spb Diary from the associated PIM.
On the other hand, it allows users to get any kind of PIM data in just a few taps without leaving the Today screen and switching to the PIM applications.
Spb Diary is available now for $14.95. A free 15-day trial version is also available.
For more information or online purchase, visit the Spb Software House web site.