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UTILITY: SBSH Mobile Software released Facade public Beta for Smartphone
Posted by Arne Hess - on Thursday, 30.06.05 - 00:24:38 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 12058x
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Facade (I've written about it before), a new exciting PIM Home screen plug-in interface for Smartphone devices with a launcher tool, was released by SBSH Mobile Software today as the initial release in public beta level and can be downloaded for free.

After introducing Papyrus, the leading award winning PIM software for Smartphone devices, SBSH Mobile Software releases Facade in public beta stage; Facade is a new PIM Home screen plug-in that brings your appointments and tasks information to your Smartphone Homescreen. In addition to the PIM Home screen interface, Facade also introduces a launcher bar with the ability to launch software directly from your Smartphone Home screen.

Facade initial public-beta release Highlights

  • Launcher bar - Bring your favorite application shortcuts directly to your Home screen
  • Tabbed interface - Ability to put all Facade sections inside a tab interface or outside
  • Calendar - View a list of your upcoming appointments for the next 30 days
  • Tasks - View your tasks grouped by progress and completion state

As said, Facade is released as public beta and can be downloaded for free from SBSH but requires a (free) SBSH forum user-account; in return SBSH hope that users using Facade will post their feature requests and ideas on the developer's forum to help improve Facade.

Cheers ~ Arne

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