Chapura has released Pocket Favorites, the first application that can synchronize the list of web sites in Internet Explorer’s Favorites with a Palm OS handheld, and then open the sites automatically in the user’s Mobile Web browser.
Pocket Favorites can also synchronize the Favorites list between two or more PCs.
“PDAs are no longer just about storing information so it’s available at all times,” says Keith Ellenberg, president and chief operating officer at Chapura. “Customers are most relieved when they can use the information that is on the handheld in the same way it was intended to be used on the desktop.”
Pocket Favorites is available for $14.95, on the Chapura web site.
Pocket Favorites is the second software utility from Chapura to integrate with Internet Explorer.
The TurboPasswords password manager includes an Internet Explorer plug-in that offers one-click access to Web sites listed in the encrypted TurboPasswords database and automatically fills in online login forms.
The password-protected database synchronizes with Palm OS handhelds to allow for the organization of passwords, PINs, and other personal information.