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    killer apps?

    okay,

    so i got my treo 300 the other day and i already have vindigo, avantgo, instant messenger. what else do i need? what's on everyones must-have list?

    thanks,
    dan

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    must-haves:
    avantgo
    datashield
    Agendus Pro
    NetFront

    Have a bunch of other fun programs, but this is the good list of extremely useful programs that I can no longer live without.
    Amber. I'm finally converged, and lovin' it!

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    I have to add some more to this sad list I made:

    Fonts4OS5
    Verichat
    McPhling
    SplashID
    BugMe!
    pTunes
    AlwaysOn

    ..in addition to those posted above. These are the ones that I just can't live without.
    Amber. I'm finally converged, and lovin' it!

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    also:

    FILEZ
    Uninstall Hack

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    Filez is okay but McFile is actually much better, particularly if you beam or bluetooth-send a lot of files.
    Amber. I'm finally converged, and lovin' it!

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    Vindigo
    Dir. Asst
    Weatherman
    MarknDial
    McPhiling
    Converter
    Graffiti Anywhere
    KSDatebook (free)
    HoliDate2
    WorldMate (although it no longer syncs wirelessly)
    Last edited by blazorboy; 01-06-2005 at 08:53 AM.
    That'sssssssss all folks!

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    Originally posted by CLEAmber
    Filez is okay but McFile is actually much better, particularly if you beam or bluetooth-send a lot of files.
    Where can I get McFile from ?
    Michael

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    Originally posted by SilvrDrgn
    Where can I get McFile from ?
    Bump. Is there a demo version somewhere? I'll most certainly buy it if I like it. Thanks!
    Michael

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    Hey Micheal
    I found it on the developers home page. here's the link to the download.
    http://www.jade.dti.ne.jp/~imazeki/p...ta/McFL211.zip
    Luck is where opportunity meets preparation.

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    Great! Thanks!!
    Michael

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    More Must-Have Apps

    Anaclock - just a plain ol' analog clock.
    Diddlebug- for sketching plus impromptu alarms
    QuickVoiceMail - one button dial to voice mail
    TiBR - PalmDOC reader with time & battery on bottom line in teeny tiny icons
    1TouchTimer - very simple timer
    SyncAll - toggles archive bits to assure complete backup
    HoHo - edit alarm database
    Single Button - allows you to assign five apps to one hardware button
    SolFree - for killin' time
    3AlarmHack - Alarm customization
    Addr2Memo - copies any address into a new memo
    Memo2Doc - copies any memo into a PalmDOC file
    Pester- Hourly chimes, except for times you black out
    Atool - better screen time out control
    YAHM - stablest hack manager
    ClipHack - allows 4KB clipboard
    SuperFunder hack - search for phrase within words
    zLauncher - tabbed UI with time, RAM, charge on screen
    WeSync - Sync your Date Book with other users, at sync time or wirelessly
    Eudora Browser - Faster text-only browser, won't strain the 2G data connection
    Eudora Mail - SSL for Gmail access
    and MobiPocket for those free Baen e-books http://baen.com/library
    John Bartley K7AAY | http://celdata.cjb.net | http://kiloseven.blogspot.com

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