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PalmOS curiosity
I helped my friend J set up her new clie (my old one) and whenever you get together with another person who owns a PDA, there is always the exchange of 'must-have' programs.

So, because I'm in the mood to download new things for my clie, a poll for those of you with PalmOS PDAs (sorry, PocketPC folks, I don't use your OS ;) )

Poll #122679 Palm Software?

What software do you find essential for your PalmOS PDA?



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zen_raven From: zen_raven Date: April 14th, 2003 08:50 am (UTC) (Link)
Arranger kicks all kinds of booty! "Arranger is an outliner that links directly to the built-in databases - Memopad, ToDo, Datebook, Expense, and Address - and has its own notes of up to 32K in size. The intuitive drag-and-drop interface makes it easy to arrange these items as you wish, resulting in a program that allows you to connect all records of a single subject together in one place."

TealMeal got used a lot more when we all went out to lunch at work - it stored our entire list of restaurants with multiple category listings, so we could look up, say, all the places with vegitarian food, or all the fast places, the cheap places, etc. And there was The Wheel of Food, a random restaurant selector that I'd threaten the group with when we couldn't make up our minds where to go!
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