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UPDATE: SBSH Mobile Software released Papyrus 1.2 for Windows Mobile Smartphone
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 04.01.06 - 19:37:37 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 9315x
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With Papyrus 1.2, SBSH Mobile Software finally introduces complete Windows Mobile 5 support, full support for QVGA devices, new Tasks view for task management including a new preview pane, much faster scrolling through phone numbers on the View item dialogs and much more!
Papyrus is a robust time management solution for Windows Mobile Smartphones which replaces the built-in PIM functionalities.
Papyrus offers many smart views, category coloring and icons and powerful tools to manage and keep track of your schedule, replacing the default Calendar and Tasks tools with a more powerful solution.

Some new features Papyrus 1.2 offers:

  • Windows Mobile 5 Support - Papyrus 1.2 is fully compatible with the new Windows Mobile 5
  • QVGA screens support - All Papyrus views and dialogs were re-designed to fully support new Smartphone devices with QVGA resolution screens
  • New Tasks view - New Tasks view dedicated for tasks management, offering the best tools to manage your tasks on your Smartphone
  • Unlimited MyText fields support - Define unlimited MyText fields and assign MyText fields to new items quickly with a new re-designed MyText picker dialog
  • New preview pane - A new optional preview pane was added in the Tasks view allowing to view more details on the selected task while scrolling through tasks

With this new Papyrus update SBSH Software also introduced a special Friends and Family discount that registered users can use to recommend Papyrus to their friends and family.

Using the special Friends and Family discount you can register Papyrus for US$ 10.95 (retails US$1 7.95).

Cheers ~ Arne

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Posted by Lee on 11.01.06 - 10:13:26

product looks nice but ....... I can't evaluate it as I made the mistake of trying it before WM5 support was introduced and now my trial is expired, of course.

SBSH seem unwilling to assist me here and I don't want to hard-reset my device so.... do I buy, do I not?  What do others think of the product?

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