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COMPATIBILITY: Spb announces Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition support
Posted by Arne Hess - on Tuesday, 06.07.04 - 21:38:40 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 7377x
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Spb Software House has released updates for all of the top Spb products, including Spb Benchmark. Together with new features like improved scheduled transactions in Spb Finance and screen rotation support in Spb Pocket Plus, Spb adds full support for Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition devices. All these products support landscape mode and VGA screens.

"Many users of our products are now upgrading their devices to WM2003SE. We would like to provide them with full-scale functionality for all of our products on these devices" - said Sebastian-Justus Schmidt, CEO of Spb Software House - "We want to assure our customers that Spb products are always solid programs, tested on all main Pocket PC devices, come with professional skins, follow 'Designed for Windows Mobile' logo requirements, have tight integration with the Pocket PC OS and are localized for main languages. Support for the latest Windows Mobile platform is one of those things that our customers can expect from Spb products."

These new versions are minor updates and according to the Spb Upgrade Policy, they are free for all registered users of the latest major version of the corresponding product.

Find more information including a lot of screenshots at Spb homepage.

Cheers ~ Arne

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