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UTILITY: Spb PocketPlus updated to version 1.3 with WM 2003 support
Posted by Carlo Guerrero - on Wednesday, 06.08.03 - 19:39:56 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 7100x
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Spb Software House just announced the availablilty of their top selling utility, Spb PocketPlus. The good news is that Spb has tweaked the utility to be Windows Mobile 2003 compatible which means that Windows Mobile 2003 users can now enjoy the same features this multi functional utilty has to offer.

Spb PocketPlus is a combination of a user configurable Today Plugin, a Task switcher/manager, Alarms/Notifications manager, and Pocket Internet Exporer Multiple Window utilty.

Pocket Plus features:

  • The close (X) button is trained to close programs (as well as minimizing them)
  • Easy-to-use task manager as a pop-up menu on the X button
  • Multiple windows support for Pocket Internet Explorer
  • Full screen mode in Pocket Internet Explorer
  • Repeating sound for appointment, task and clock alarms
  • Battery monitor on the Today screen
  • Storage monitor on the Today screen
  • Program and document shortcuts for the Today screen
  • Localized for main languages

Current registered users of Spb PocketPlus can avail of a free upgrade from Spb Software House. Spb PocketPlus is available for US$ 9.95 and is also available for a 15-day trial.

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